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Bees valuable to growers for aid as pollinizers

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J. E. Eckert

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California Agriculture 1(5):4-4.

Published April 01, 1947

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Abstract

To insure the adequate pollination of plants that are benefitted by insect pollination, colonies of honeybees should be located in or near orchards or fields at the rate of one or more strong colonies per acre.

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Bees valuable to growers for aid as pollinizers

J. E. Eckert
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Bees valuable to growers for aid as pollinizers

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Authors

J. E. Eckert

Publication Information

California Agriculture 1(5):4-4.

Published April 01, 1947

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Abstract

To insure the adequate pollination of plants that are benefitted by insect pollination, colonies of honeybees should be located in or near orchards or fields at the rate of one or more strong colonies per acre.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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