Glasshouse trials with native pollinators prove fruitful

Hort InnovationWestern Sydney University glasshouse trials at the university’s National Vegetable Protected Cropping Centre using native stingless bee species tetragonula carbonaria suggest that the comparatively benign Australian species could make safe, efficient pollinators for protected-cropping environments, resulting in good yields of strawberries with high taste profiles.

Source:  Glasshouse pollination trials with native bees bear abundant fruit |Western Sydney University (WSU) News