Introducción para Polinizadores en VIVO: Socios con la Naturaleza
Si bien los polinizadores son pequeños en tomaño, desempeñan un papel importante – con frecuencia no reconocido – en la producción de nuestros alimentos, en el futuro de vida silvestre y en el crecimiento saludable de las plantas. Anfitrión Tamberly Conway introduce el programa que explora polinizadores en El Centro de Flores Silvestres Lady Bird Johnson en Austin, Texas.
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Original Air Date: Mar 22, 2016
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