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Following insect ‘footprints’ to improve crop resilience and monitor pollinator biodiversity

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Bees and other insects leave behind tiny “footprints” of environmental DNA on plants each time they visit, giving researchers a way of tracking where insects have been, and offering clues on how to help them flourish.

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