Pollination Quiz
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What specifically is pollination?
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Summer ti ti is an excellent and desirable honey plant, but spring ti ti produces little nectar and is considered undesirable because the nectar and pollen are responsible for a condition known as "purple brood." True or False?
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When drafting a pollination contract, which of the following items should NOT be included?
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Which of the following factors can be responsible for the varying distribution of honey bees pollinating citrus groves?
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Citrus flowers are perfect, having both sexes on the same blossom so that self-pollination takes place regardless of pollinators. However, honey bees are often used as pollinators because some citrus varieties require cross-pollination, fruit size is generally increased, and honey bees are the most effective, consistent, and economical method of pollinating citrus. True or False?
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Which of the following nectar sources is present in western Florida, but mostly occurs at higher elevations in the Appalachians of northern Georgia, the Carolinas, and Tennessee?
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What term is used to describe pollination by way of a pollinator (birds, bats, bees, other insects, etc.)?
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Evidence has proven that bees pollinating citrus groves will distribute evenly in every direction for 400 ft., and will not just stay within individual rows. True or False?
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Which of the following varieties of oranges shows NO indication that pollination by honey bees is beneficial?
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Moving bees into an area after the bloom has begun will increase the chance that bees will forage in that area. Bees that have been in the area for a while have already found other forage and may overlook the target crop. True or False?
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