Doesn't habitat take up a lot of room?

Wild Farming Basics

This hedgerow along a roadway is make up of Deergrass, Ceanothus, Toyon, and Coyote Brush

Question:

Doesn't habitat take up a lot of room? I don't want to give up land that I can use for crops.

Answer:

  • Habitat doesn't need to take up much room. You can install rows of native habitat along field edges and roads, or add insectary plants in the existing space between row crops. NEED TO ADD/EDIT¬†
  • Additionally, studies show that taking some land out of production to support beneficial birds and insects can actually improve crop yields. MORE AND SOURCE NEEDED.

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