Biodiversity-friendly goldenseal

Fun fact! Goldenseal has an approximate “biodiversity-friendly” score of 17. It greatly contributes to biodiversity because it requires little fertilizer or pesticides, contributes to the protection of wild species, has high value per hectare with relatively low hectarage requirements, can be grown in rotation reducing need for agrichemicals, and its flowers produce food for pollinators.

Goldenseal has an approximate “biodiversity-friendly” score of 17. It greatly contributes to biodiversity because it requires little fertilizer or pesticides, contributes to the protection of wild species, has high value per hectare with relatively low hectarage requirements, can be grown in rotation reducing need for agrichemicals, and its flowers produce food for pollinators.

Source: https://plants.usda.gov/DocumentLibrary/plantguide/pdf/pg_hyca.pdf