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City pollinators make beeline for violet blooms With the decline in bee s over the past decade, researchers have been looking at different ways of achieving pollination - a key loking in the production of many fruits and vegetables.
Tests have already been carried out with an autonomous drone carrying a bubble gun.
However our method has more potential advantages in terms of future automation and reduction of pollen grains. City pollinators make beeline for violet blooms With the decline in bee s over the past decade, researchers have been looking at different ways of achieving pollination - a key step in the production of many fruits and vegetables.
In the absence of bees, some pollination work is now done by hand using a feather brush. Dr Eijiro Miyako, from the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, had ly tested the ability of a drone to deliver pollen - but even though the drone was just two centimetres lookimg, it kept damaging the flowers in the process.
Loading up their bubble guns, Dr Miyako and his colleagues tested the technique at a oldr orchard. Realising that most conventional soap would be too toxic for flowers, Dr Miyako developed what he terms "chemically functionalised" soap bubbles that could each carry up to 2, pollen grains. In the lab, he was able to confirm, via optical microscopy, that soap bubbles could carry pollen.
Dr Miyako believes these restrictions can be overcome through the use of technology such as localisation and mapping, path planning and motion control. Dr Miyako is very optimistic about the potential for technology to succeed in pollination.
The lookiing creates a lot of waste and the wind and rain can ruin the efforts to pollinate. Maybe I still am now. One day, while watching his young son play in local park, Dr Miyako had a moment of inspiration.