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Extra resources for An Herbalist's Guide to Growing & Using Goldenseal (Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-233)
Soybean fields in the Upper Midwest, for example, had more spider activity when located in a landscape surrounded by forests and prairies than in a landscape consisting entirely of other farm fields. Not all beneficial insects respond similarly to the surrounding landscape, however; the ways they use habitat and the distance they can disperse to find new habitat determine their abundance. Species that are highly mobile are typically the first to colonize new habitat areas. For example, young linyphiid spiders can travel great distances on the wind (via small parachutelike silk strands) and are thus more able to spread far and wide when there are diverse natural areas near farms to serve as population sources.
For more information, see chapter 11. SELECTIVE INSECTICIDES are used, insecticides with little residual toxicity are used, or insecticides are applied at a time when beneficial insects are least vulnerable. Insecticides are selected or applied in order to reduce exposure to beneficial insects. For more informatio, see chapter 11. SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDES are not applied to flowering crops before or during crop bloom. Beneficial insects can consume contaminated pollen or nectar if systemic insecticides are applied prior to or during bloom.
43 4 Native plants are •• the cornerstone of conservation biocontrol. Specific wildflowers can •• help maximize beneficial insect abundance. Brush piles and other •• features provide places for insects to lay eggs and overwinter. Native plants do not •• typically support pest populations. 44 Designing New Beneficial Insect Habitat E XPANDING FAR M H ABITAT for beneficial insects is key to conservation biocontrol. Increasing the availability of flowers — especially native wildflowers — is often the single most important strategy for increasing the abundance and diversity of beneficial insects.
An Herbalist's Guide to Growing & Using Goldenseal (Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-233) by Kathleen Brown