Learn about what pollination is and why it is so important?
Mignonette is a lifelong learner who enjoys coaching and sharing tips to enrich others. She has been blessed to learn under the gracious tutelage of a master gardener who helped her to gain the confidence she needed to graduate to a green thumb and help others venture confidently into the garden.
What is Pollination
Hi, Mignonette Bailey here, checking in from the garden with your down and dirty gardening tip.
My question for you today, is, what is pollination? and why is it so important? now if you’re going to be growing fruit or vegetables? Pollination is definitely something you need to know about
Pollination simply means the transfer of pollen from one plant to another. As simple as it sounds, that process is imperative for about 60% of the world’s food, fruit and vegetables to be produced.
Now, ideally, you’ll have pollinators in your garden like bees and wasps and butterflies that are helping that process along. But sometimes you got to take matters into your own hands to learn more about what I’m talking about.
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