Honey bee forage(nutrition) inLimpopo and Mpumalanga
Several studies have over time shown that numerous ecological relationships that shape the genetic variation in the plant communities as well as floral diversity, including the production of seeds, nuts, berries and fruits, are highly dependent on insect pollination. In the last decade or so, honey bees are alluded to be the major, if not the most important pollinator among pollinating insects. What has changed to earn honey bees this high level of importance, if not the "upper hand"?
False Codling Moth on Avocado
False Codling moth occurs in all avocado areas in South Africa. Learn more about the Pest Status, Monitoring and Control in an article by Tertia Grove from ARC.
Fruit flies and Avocado production
In this article we explore the different species of fruit flies associated with avocado, how to monitor it and methods to suppress the flies with sprays, bait and sanitation.
Subtrop Journal Volume 25 now available online
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Avocado Articles to lookout for: SAAGA Chairman AGM Report Marketing: 2019 Avocado season fashionably launched Avocado tree sales statistics Technical: Honey bee forage Avocado inflorescence and flowers False codling moth on avocado Fruit flies and avocado production
Subtrop Transformation Summit 2019 Presentationsnow available
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