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Bee Friendly Farming helps Aussie farmers reduce their reliance on pesticides.

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Ian Rathjen and Daniel Fischl explain why Bee Friendly Farming is important to them. Bees may not pollinate grapes, but as commensal organisms, they help support other insects that are crucial for a healthy vineyard ecosystem.

Bee Friendly Farming is helping Whistling Eagle create a vineyard that is buzzing, vibrant and alive.

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