Watermelon Pollination Report
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“An average number of initiated fruits in plants receiving ‘extra pollinated treatment’ was more than twice as high as for plants receiving only natural pollination…”
“…but there was a substantial difference among treatments, whereby plants receiving extra pollination treatment had 20% higher probability of producing a second marketable fruit (Table 3). In contrast, we observed no significant effects of either extra water or extra fertilizer”
Pollination Report Infographic Blurb:
“Melons from Sudan is probably the closest ancestor and progenitor of the modern-day
watermelons you see in the supermarket today”
There are lot of cultivars available today that produce fruit in just a hundred days and are
“China accounts for 2/3 of the global production of watermelon”
“Watermelons need temperatures about 25 degrees C to grow and soil pH of about 5.5 to 7
However, honeybees are most frequent visitors of watermelon flowers accounting for 47% flower visits
Pollination Report Details:
Watermelon Pollination Report consisting of a 35-page ebook and 3-page infographic detailing the impact savvy farmers and beekeepers make when using honeybees when farming watermelon!
Watermelon Pollination Report Bundle
35 pages ebook infographic
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