BLUE-Rewarding pollinators with sweet-talking blueberry flowers

Research aims to better understand the attributes of nectar from blueberry flowers with a view to increasing the ‘attractiveness’ of this crop by developing new practices to manipulate nectar and ensure pollination success under protective covers including fertigation.

Research aims to better understand the attributes of nectar from blueberry flowers with a view to increasing the ‘attractiveness’ of this crop by developing new practices to manipulate nectar and ensure pollination success under protective covers including fertigation.

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Categories: Australian Berry Journal, Nutrient Management, Pollination, Spring 23
Tags: fertigation, nectar, pollination, protected cropping
Author: Sophie Parks