Securing Raspberry Pollination

This article is about securing raspberry pollination. In raspberries, self-pollination can take place without the help of insects but is usually limited to the outer stigmas that receive pollen passively from nearby anthers. Without insects, particularly bees, the inner pistils are not fertilised, and fruit are small misshapen and crumbly.

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Categories: Australian Berry Journal, Beneficials, Pollination, Rubus, Spring 22
Author: Jonathan Finch, Michele Buntain, Stephen Quarrell