Pollination Of Glycine Wightii,A Perennial Soyabean, By Africanized Honey Bees

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Journal of Apicultural Research
Vol. 37 (4) pp.289-291
Date
December 1998
 
Article Title

Pollination Of Glycine Wightii,A Perennial Soyabean, By Africanized Honey Bees

Author(s)

R H Nogueira-Couto; J M S Pereira; D De Jong

Abstract
Glycine wightii, a perennial soyabean, is one of the principle legumes used for forage in the tropics. It is widely planted for hay production, both in monoculture and intermingled with grasses in pastures (Campos & Canechio Filho, 1987).
Keywords

soyabean, pollination, Apis mellifera, Africanized honey bees, Glycine wightii, Fabaceae, hay forage, Brazil

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