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Pollination of horticultural and agricultural crops is being recognised throughout Australia by quality growers who wish to improve crop quality and quantity, to increase their returns from produce sold on local and export markets. Some growers are able to target specific high value markets using planned pollination to maximise their income.
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Western Australia, Pest control, Honey bees, Pollination, Feeding, Beekeeping.
Allan, L, Kesvan, V, Kleinschmidt, G, and Anning, P. (1993), Honeybee pollination of crops. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Bulletin 4250.
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