by Oregon State University Extension
October 25, 2022 6:00 pm
PolliNation is a podcast from Oregon State University Extension Service that tells the stories of researchers, land managers and concerned citizens who are making bold strides to improve the health of pollinators.
Blueberries are a big crop in the Pacific Northwest, but the question of how blueberry yield might benefit from outcrossing among cultivars (like apples and cherries) is not clear. This week we hear about research to determine the benefits of outcrossing in blueberries.
225 - Chabert - Would blueberry yield benefit from planting different cultivars together?2 weeks ago
224 - Jennings and Willson - Washington Native Bee Society (WANBS)3 weeks ago
223 - Youngsteadt - Urban bees: what drives diversity and how do we measure it?1 month ago
222 - Danielsen - Pollinator habitat on water pipelines?2 months ago
221 - Taylor - Bees and school farms2 months ago
220 - Washington Co Master Gardener - Pollinator Outreach (par excellence)2 months ago
219 - Labuschagne - Living through a Varroapocolypse3 months ago
218 - Casey Holland - What the heck does IPM mean (in New Mexico)?3 months ago
217 - O'Shea-Wheller - Are varroa resistant bees ready for primetime with the POL line?3 months ago
216 - Yang and Henle - Machines learning to classify insecticides as toxic to bees3 months ago