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Using an Electric PollinatorThe VegiBee™ garden pollinator can be used on all tomatoes, peppers, beans, peas and eggplant.
Follow these helpful tips for achieving optimum results with the VegiBee garden pollinator.
- Use the VegiBee garden pollinator with the pollen spoon to catch excess pollen.
- Use the VegiBee garden pollinator on high speed for tomatoes and peppers, and low speed on delicate flowers (e.g. peas and beans).
- Dip the stigma from 4-5 flowers on the same plant, into the pollen collected on the spoon.
- Minimize cross pollination by wiping the pollen off the spoon as you pollinate different varieties or species of plants.
- Use the VegiBee garden pollinator between the hours of 10 AM and 2 PM, if possible.
- It is best if you pollinate when the air temperatures are between 70-82 degrees.
- Always use the VegiBee garden pollinator when weather conditions are dry.
Use the VegiBee garden pollinator on flowers that are bright in color and the flower petals are pushed back.
Use the pollinator every other day.
- When a flower is pollinated it will be closed the next day. If not, pollinate the flower again.
- Always store the VegiBee garden pollinator in cool and dry conditions. Extreme heat, cold and humidity will reduce the battery life.
- Charge the battery for 12 hours with the wall adapter or 16 hours with a computer, prior to initial use.(rechargeable unit only)
- Keep the unit dry. Do not submerge the unit in water.
- Do not use any chemicals or alcohol on the unit. Clean with a slightly damp cloth, then dry with a soft cloth.
- Always keep the VegiBee garden pollinator on the charging base when not in use.
- Keep the VegiBee garden pollinator out of the reach of children at all times.