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Honey bees, like all other honeybees, are very efficient pollinators, and they pollinate our crops, too.
But for a long time, it wasn’t clear how to best use the bees for that purpose.
The answers are: 1.
Don’t use them.
It’s not that honey bees are bad for the environment.
They do pollinate crops.
But the more you pollinate, the less you pollute the environment with the pollinator’s waste.
Honey bees are very good pollinators and can pollinate all kinds of crops, but it’s really hard to use them to pollinate only crops, says Mark D. Smith, director of the Center for Environmental Management at the University of Georgia.
And honey bees don’t pollinate many other plants, including flowers, fruits, nuts, vegetables, and even crops like soybeans, rice, and barley.
Use them as pollinators of plants you can’t pollute.
Some of the more obvious pollinators for the world’s crop production are insects, such as bees and butterflies.
But other crops, like vegetables and fruits, are really hard for pollinators to polline because they’re mostly edible. 3. Don