Honey bee pollination of alfalfa seed improved by supplemental feeding
Authors AffiliationsBob Sheesley is Farm Adviser, Agricultural Extension Service, Fresno County; Bernard Poduska is Senior Apiary Inspector, Fresno County Agricultural Commissioner's office.
Hilgardia 23(3):11-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v023n03p11. March 1969.
Results of these Fresno County experiments indicate possible advantages to both alfalfa seed growers and beekeepers from the use of supplemental feeding, and requeening of bee colonies used in alfalfa pollination.
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