Cutting back on mowing your lawn could help save the bees

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With summer coming, homeowners know on hated chore is looming, mowing the grass. Now, forestry reasearchers may have just given you the reason to put a hold on the mowing.

This spring and summer, take a break from frequent mowing and save different bee species and their populations. Forest service researchers say cutting about once every two weeks could help preserve the important bee populations in the U.S. 

They also say it may even decrease the amount of lyme disease carrying ticks on your yard.

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