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Native honey bees could hold the secret to pollination inside a green house.

Researchers are hopeful native sting-less bees could prove to be an effective pollinator in glass houses.

Early results of trials have found the pollinators native to Australia proved to be far more effective when pollinating strawberry crops.

Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield caught up with Hort Innovation’s Pollination Research Manager Ashley Zamek:

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