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New ideas in cherry pollination


, : New ideas in cherry pollination. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, Washington State Horticultural Association, 1987: 228-229

Preliminary studies with Bing are discussed, involving bee pollination using Osmia lignaria and honeybees, interplanting with ornamental cherry cultivars as pollinizers, and aerial application of pollen.


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