Bees in agriculture -Value of pollination in the USA

publication date: Jun 30, 2011
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Bee World Vol.67 (1) 1986 pp. 44-44
Article Title

Bees in agriculture -Value of pollination in the USA

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IBRA

Abstract

A report by Professor Levin stresses the value of bee pollination in US agriculture. He gives the 1980 values (in US$) of the following groups of crops and commodities produced in the USA: (1) crops that require, or directly benefit from, honeybee pollination (e.g. apples, citrus fruits, sunflower, almonds), (2) crops which result from seed produced by bee pollination (e.g. asparagus, cabbage, carrots, onions), and (3) commodities indirectly dependent on bee pollination (e.g. cattle, liquid milk production: 10% of the total value is credited to bee pollination). 

Keywords pollination value, USA, Bees in Agriculture
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