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Suzanna MacIntosh, a Master Gardener Extension volunteer and member of the Southwest Georgia Master Gardeners, stands in the butterfly pollinator garden at Radium Springs Gardens with Thomas Bruce, park manager for Dougherty County. MacIntosh was the co-chair of the butterfly garden project. (Jennifer Parks)

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Pollination critical for fall gardens

The September Gardener

Without our bees, butterflies and other pollinators we would not have many of the vegetables and fruits that we commonly enjoy. Attracting pollinators to your vegetable garden helps with crop yield and adds beauty to your garden. It also helps you have a healthier garden.


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