Light pollution can foil plant-insect hookups, and not just at night

For cabbage thistles, daytime pollinators didn’t make up for missed after-hours seed-making

Artificial light

WHITE NIGHTS  Artificial light at night upsets pollinating insects and plants, and that disruption may spread into daylight hours.

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