How Pollination Affects Your Crop.

What is Pollination??Pollination is the transfer of the pollen grains from the male anther of a flower to the female stigma.The goal of every living organism, including plants, is to create offspring for the next generation.One of the ways that plants can produce offspring is by making seeds.Pollination can simply be referred to as the methods by which plants bring forth seed.Now that we understand that.In an open field, pollination could be by either bees when they source for the sweet nectare or wind or by both.But in a green house the bees has been shielded out, pollination needs to be done manually.That is manually transferring the pollens.What Happened If Pollination Did Not Take Place.It automatically means no fruit will be produced.The higher the no of pollinated female flowers, the higher the yield of your crop.Synthethic Insecticide Versus PollinationThe use of synthetic insecticide destroys both harmful and beneficial insects.
This reduces the rate at which flowers are pollinated.You can as well guess what it means.
Crop yield drastically reduce.So when next a farmer complains about reduction in yield. Please kindly ask for the type of insect control method that he uses.

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