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AeroGarden Be the Bee Pollinator

$14.81

Original Version
  • Perfect accessory for maximizing yield of Pepper and Tomato plants
  • Designed to distribute pollen evenly from flower to flower
  • Increases yield by up to 300%
  • Requires 2 AA batteries (not included)

Description

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AeroGarden Be the Bee Pollinator

With an indoor garden, you need to Be the Bee!

Tomatoes, Peppers, Strawberries and other flowering fruits and vegetables all need pollinating for best yields and fruit size.

Specially designed pollinating tool with bristles vibrates and distributes pollen from flower to flower. Simply touch the pollinator to each flower for an extra heavy fruit set!

Requires 2 AA batteries. Batteries not included.AeroGarden Be the Bee Pollinator

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Be the Bee Pollinator

Product information

Color:Original Version

Technical Details

Customer questions & answers

  • 9
    votes
Question:
won’t an oral-B battery toothbrush do the same with it’s vibrating brush ?
Answer:

yes, it’s about vibrating the pollen from the stamen to the stigma. an old oral b touched to the stem of the flower will simulate a pollinators work. also you only have to tap the stem with your fingers to cause pollen to drop. you don’t want to brush the pollen off the the stamen directly, it will damage the flower… see more
By Privacy first! on February 14, 2019

  • 4
    votes
Question:
Do I need to catch the pollen loosened by the pollinator and manually sprinkle them on the other plants?
Answer:

No just catch the pollen in the pollinator andmove on to another bloom. Works wonderfully. We had no cucumbers last year but this year all kinds of them with the polinator.
By Patricia C. Painter on September 25, 2018

  • 3
    votes
Question:
I just saw the same thing on the AeroGarden website for almost 8 dollars difference why is yours more expensive? The little bee pollinator
Answer:

Just looked on Aerogarden site, they have the same price as Amazon. However, I used my reward points and paid less overall.
By Theodore J DuCharme on December 12, 2021

  • 1
    vote
Question:
where does the pollen come from
Answer:
my understanding is the ‘stolen’ or long inner part of flower has the pollen. when a bee goes after nector, it transfers pollen to the flower. I am not a AeroGarden Be the Bee Pollinatorgardener; I just found out about pollinizing the flowers when I couldn’t get any tomatoes in my green house last year. No bees, no pollen transfer, no tomatoes.AeroGarden Be the Bee Pollinator
By eeh on December 10, 2015
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