Evaluating honey bee colonies for pollination : a guide for growers and beekeepers Public Deposited

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  • In the United States it is estimated that managed honey bee colonies are annually responsible for the pollination of agricultural crops valued between $4 and $8 billion. Honey bees are accurately described as indispensable pollinators.
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