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Some favorite garden vegetables attract pollinators, too

Blueberries like these near Langley, Wash., must be fertilized if fruit is to develop. Native bees, bumblebees and honeybees are among the diverse group of invertebrate pollinators that make it happen. (Dean Fosdick via AP)

Blueberries like these near Langley, Wash., must be fertilized if fruit is to develop. Native bees, bumblebees and honeybees are among the diverse group of invertebrate pollinators that make it happen. (Dean Fosdick via AP)

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