Bee part of the journey
We understand the importance of family and safeguarding security for their future. As such, solar farms present an excellent opportunity for biodiversity
Habitat enhancement is achieved by creating different habitats within a solar farm, including hedgerows, field margins, wildflower meadows, nectar-rich areas, winter bird crops, and many others.
Wildflower meadows are species-rich grassland composed of wildflowers and fine grasses which can support a wide range of invertebrates, small mammals, reptiles, and birds. These can be sown beneath the array and requires only cutting or grazing at intervals through the year, with the timing dependent upon management goals. As a rule, a hay cut in July or August followed by grazing until Christmas is recommended. It is advisable to stop or reduce grazing through the summer to allow wildflowers to flower and set seed.
Emergency sugar (just add water) to revive tired bees
Wildflower seeds to encourage bees into your garden
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