, as you may recall, is the transfer of pollen from one plant to another.
This is why we must address the pollination
service," said the agriculture lecturer at Egerton University.Without bees, the chances of cross-pollination dim, drastically reducing food production, what is worrying agriculturalists.
But in this latest study, researchers found there was no difference in pollination
success between part-night lighting and full darkness.
services are known for offering substantial benefits for the agriculture and, consequently, for human populations (BREEZE et al., 2011).
Mirza, vice chancellor of the University, in his address emphasised the participants to learn more and conduct research on various aspects of beekeeping as this activity augments and ensures pollination
in variety of fruits and vegetables.
However, lack of pollination
of commercial crops is an issue of agricultural, not environmental importance.
is the most important ecosystem service provided by insects resulting in sustainability of the majority of food plants.
After going through many stages, including pollination
and harvesting, the dates are either stored or sold.
stage begins after the pollen sprouts.
Pollinator-plant relationship has been the subject of great interest to many pollination
Dr Whitehorn, working with Associate Professor Mario Vallejo-Marin, looked at a complex type of pollination
, called buzz pollination
, in which bees use vibrations to remove pollen from flowers.