SDSU Conducts In-Depth Study of Pollinators

When it comes to producing oilseed, the more honeybees and other pollinators that visit a flowering field of Brassica carinata, the better.

This is only one of the insights South Dakota State University researchers gained about the mutually beneficial relationship between honeybees and native pollinators, such as bumblebees, butterflies, moths, wasps and flies, and Brassica carinata, a member of the mustard

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