Apple is one of our most commonly grown and prized horticultural crops, having been cultivated for 1000’s of years, with at least 2000 cultivars having been developed. “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” evidences our appreciation of this crop, and it is one of our most studied crop plants. However, despite our knowledge, there are still several things we are not clear on, particularly in the area of pollination and the resulting quality of fruit.
28 February, 2014
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Forest remnants enhance wild pollinator visits to cashew flowers and mitigate pollination deficit in NE Brazil
by Breno M. Freitas, Alípio J. S. Pacheco Filho, Patrícia B. Andrade, Camila Q. Lemos, Epifânia E. M. Rocha, Natália O. Pereira, Antonio D. M. Bezerra, David S. Nogueira, Ramayanno L. Alencar, Roberto F. Rocha, Keniesd S. Mendonça
|Centris flavifrons on cashew flowers in Brazil.|
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