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Research diffuse light and pollination
21 December 2017
Knowledge sharing is in Koppert’s DNA. For this reason Koppert commissioned a research report to enhance the knowledge of growers about pollination.
A literature review was carried out to examine the effect of a diffuse greenhouse cover or a greenhouse cover with a different light spectrum on pollination and fruit setting in tomatoes. Information was also collected on the influence of the light spectrum on insects and bumblebees.
Koppert is seeing these trends:
a. Increasing use of diffuse glass, coatings and screens in horticulture
b. Possible negative influences on pollination
The literature study was conducted by Jan Janse, Wageningen University
You can request the full report by contacting pollination@ koppert.com
More information on this subject on our website from January.