Cucurbita mixta

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Squash Bug and Squash Vine Borer: Organic Controls

Published at: attra.ncat.org

CA Watermelon final

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Watermelon plants produce separate male flowers, which make pollen, and female flowers which bear fruits. In order to set marketable fruit, bees need to transfer 500-1,000 pollen grains from male flowers to female flowers. Therefore, it’s important to consider pollination strategies that ensure consistent and reliable fruit set. Honey bees are the most important pollinators of commercial watermelon in California. However, some fields also receive pollination from wild bees like bumble bees and sweat bees. Like honey bees, these pollinators visit watermelon flowers to collect pollen and...

Published at: icpbees.org

PA Pumpkin Factsheet FINAL

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Pumpkins require cross-pollination. Bees are needed to move pollen from the plant’s male flowers to the female flowers. Individual flowers have a short pollination window; flowers are typically only open from dawn until noon. Therefore, it’s important to consider pollination strategies that ensure consistent fruit set. Managed honey bees are brought in for pollination, but in many fields, wild bees such as bumble bees and squash bees are the most common pollinators. Like honey bees, these pollinators visit pumpkin flowers to collect pollen and nectar. Pumpkins Require Pollination...

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PA Pumpkin Factsheet 7.31.17

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Pumpkins need bees to move pollen from male flowers to female flowers to set fruit. Individual flowers have a short pollination window; flowers are typically only open from dawn until noon. Therefore, it’s important to consider pollination strategies that ensure consistent fruit set. Managed honey bees are brought in for pollination, but in many fields, wild bees such as bumble bees and squash bees are the most common pollinators. Like honey bees, these pollinators visit pumpkin flowers to collect pollen and nectar. Pumpkins Require Pollination Integrated Crop Pollination:...

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Deciding When to Treat for 12 Spot Beetles in Snap Beans/Cómo y Cuándo Controlar al Escarabajo de 12 Manchas en los Ejotes (vainitas, habichuelas)

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1 Pest description and damage The western spotted cucumber beetle (Diabrotica undecimpunctata), commonly called the “12-spot beetle,” is an insect pest of snap beans, corn, squash, cucumbers, and other vegetable crops in the Willamette Valley. Adult 12-spot beetles: • Are yellowish green, ¼ inch long, and have 12 black spots on their wing covers (Figure 1). • Eat and damage leaves and pods of snap beans. Feeding beetles scar and deform the beans. 12-spot beetle larvae (known as southern corn root worms): • Are wormlike and white, except for the head and last abdominal...

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Names

Cucurbita mixta in differrent languages.

Cucurbita
قرع (جنس)
Balqabaq
Kalabasa
কুমড়া
Carbassera
Cucurbita
Tykev
Græskar
Kürbisse
Banja
Cucurbita
Kukurbo
Cucurbita
Kõrvits (perekond)
Cucurbita
Kurpitsat
Kürbisen
Cucurbita
Cabaza
Buča
Banjowc
Tök (növénynemzetség)
Cucurbita
カボチャ属
Qabaq
Асқабақ
호박속
Ашкабак
Cucurbita
Moliūgas
Ķirbji
Ayohtli
Graskar
Gresskar
Dynia
Cucurbita
Kalawasa
Cucurbita
Buča
Bocor
Cucurbita
Tikva golica
Pumpasläktet
Kabak
Chi Bí
Karubasa
Kim-koe
南瓜屬
Carabassa
Pumpkins
Dynia
Cucurbita
Cucurbita
Cucurbita