Insects Other Than Bees are Important Crop Pollinators, Say Scientists

According to a large multinational team of scientists led by University of New England researcher Dr Romina Rader, non-bee insects – flies, beetles, moths, butterflies, wasps, and ants – are efficient pollinators providing 39 percent of visits to crop flowers. “Non-bee insects are an insurance against bee population declines,” said team member Dr Margie Mayfield, [...] —> Read More