Papaya, guava, mango: For us humans, these kinds of fruits bring a welcome change to ordinary mealtimes. But of what interest are these fruits for pollinators? Often we know relatively little about which insects pollinate which crops or how or when. But now, a collaborative study between Bayer and the University of Freiburg is working on filling the gaps in our knowledge.
// Many crops depend on insect pollination.
// However, the exact role of bees and other pollinators is often unclear.
// Closing gaps in knowledge: Bayer supports a literature study on crops worldwide.
// More knowledge could facilitate the development of bee-friendly insecticide application methods by others in the future.