Sesame: sustainable cultivation
Sesame has been regarded by researchers and farmers as a sustainable crop. This is mainly because it can grow in harsh conditions. It doesn’t require a lot of water, and it has shown resistance to pests. In terms of nutrients, it is low maintenance and does not require much, so it’s a good option for areas with harsh conditions.
Honey bees and Sesame
Plants and pollinators benefit from each other, and the job of pollinators is important even for self-pollinating plants such as sesame. We explore the relationship between honey bees and sesame plants.