Researching native flies as pollinators of blueberries

This article is about researching native flies as pollinators of blueberries. A lack of insect pollinators during flowering is often the cause of poor berry formation and fewer marketable fruit in both strawberries and raspberries, and commercial blueberry production in Australia is virtually entirely dependent on the European honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) for pollination.

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Categories: Australian Berry Journal, Beneficials, Blueberry, Pollination, Summer 20
Author: David Cook