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Pollination studies in Crotalaria juncea L


, : Pollination studies in Crotalaria juncea L. Science and Culture 54(7): 243-244

Observations of a crop of Crotalaria juncea at Hisar, India, showed that Megachile lanata was the main pollinator (47.38% of bees observed), followed by Apis dorsata (16.72%). M. flavipes (7.36%) and Xylocopa fenestrata (7.30%).

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