You may have tried tequila or mezcal. But have you ever wondered what is happening in the fields where the Agave plants grow?
A recent paper highlights a critical research gap, and reveals the potential for finding new data in old places.
The longer a plant waits to self-pollinate, the longer it has to attract pollen from outside. But waiting too long can have consequences.
New research shows that loss of a group of pollinators doesn’t always have a predictable decline in pollination success.