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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Impact of different weather parameters on the population of pollinators visited on Niger flowers

Author(s):
Dwarka, Dr. Anand Kumar Panday, Dr. AK Saxena, Dr. Surabhi Jain, Dr. RS Marabi and Roshni Sahu
Abstract:
Impact of weather parameters on the population of pollinators visited on niger flowers grown under different dates of sowing showed that the minimum temperature significantly influenced the population of Apis cerana indica and Apis mellifera in all most all the dates of sowing. Similarly evening relative humidity had significant impact on the population of Apis dorsata in 15th July and 15th August sown crop while in other dates of sowing non-significant impacts were observed. Sunshine hours had significant negative impact on the occurrence of Apis cerana indica under 5th (25th August) and 6th (6th September) dates sown crop while non-significant impacts were observed in other dates sown crop. The vapor pressure morning and evaporation had significant impact on the population of Apis mellifera under 5th August, 25th August and 5th September sown crop however non-significant impacts were observed in other dates crop. Similarly vapor pressure evening had significant impact on the population buildup of Apis cerana indica in 15th August, 25th August and 5th September sown crop while for others dates sown crop had non-significant impact on the population of Apis cerana indica.
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How to cite this article:
Dwarka, Dr. Anand Kumar Panday, Dr. AK Saxena, Dr. Surabhi Jain, Dr. RS Marabi and Roshni Sahu. Impact of different weather parameters on the population of pollinators visited on Niger flowers. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 619-621.

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