This is an article is about Glasshouse strawberry pollination using native stingless bees. Meeting the high demand for strawberries entails measures to ensure year-round production, including in protected cropping environments. Most varieties require insect pollination to increase yield and fruit quality, which is achievable in a field setting, but more challenging in polytunnels and glasshouses that exclude wild pollinators, and therefore suffer from a pollination shortfall.
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Categories: Australian Berry Journal, Beneficials, Pollination, Strawberry, Winter 20