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Bees for pollination: conclusions and recommendations of the EC workshop on 'Bees for pollination' held in Brussels 2-3 March 1992


, : Bees for pollination: conclusions and recommendations of the EC workshop on 'Bees for pollination' held in Brussels 2-3 March 1992. Bee World 75(1): 46-48

This workshop was held to discuss the present situation regarding bees as pollinators of crops and native plants in Europe and the future pollination needs of European agriculture. Twenty pollination scientists representing each EC member state presented contributions organized into 3 sessions: pollination and plant-insect relationships; present and future use of pollinating insects; agriculture and insect pollination.


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