From June 15th to June 24th 2018, we sow!
In June 2018, billions of melliferous flowers, essential to bees, will be sown, much more than for the first operation in june 2017.

This will increase their fooding resources this summer. With your help, this second meeting will be once again one of the largest mobilization operations undertaken for a species under threatening extinction.

HOW TO SOW ?

1
Choose a piece of land.
2
Remove the weeds with their roots.
3
Rake to remove the stones and prepare the furrows which will receive the seeds.
4
Sow the seeds on the fly. Handle after handle, index open to control the amount of seeds sown
5
Using a shovel, tamp the soil to bring the seed into contact with the soil. The seeds should not be buried in the soil.
6
Once the sowing is finished, sprinkle immediately in fine rain. In the absence of rain, water the first 4 days for germination, then once a week for 1 month after sowing. Flowering will occur 6 to 8 weeks later.

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