Duncan Coston

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Last quote by Duncan Coston

It is a species of midge fly that pollinates the cocoa plant. So without that species of midge fly, there is not chocolate. There are certain bee species and butterfly and moth species that pollinate coffee. So without them, we would not have coffee. Cotton requires insects to be pollinated. So without the pollinators, the amount and yield of all these products would drop dramatically, and the cost of these things would eventually skyrocket.
Jun 23 2014
Duncan Coston has most recently been quoted in an article called The Plight of the Pollinators. Duncan Coston said, “It is a species of midge fly that pollinates the cocoa plant. So without that species of midge fly, there is not chocolate. There are certain bee species and butterfly and moth species that pollinate coffee. So without them, we would not have coffee. Cotton requires insects to be pollinated. So without the pollinators, the amount and yield of all these products would drop dramatically, and the cost of these things would eventually skyrocket.”.
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