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Bee attractants for pollination


Honeybee Science 18(2): 81-85
Bee attractants for pollination
BeeLine is a food attractant, and BeeScent is a pheromone mimic. Each product attracted honey bees to feeding sites and to wild plants offering nectar.


Accession: 002763239



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