importance of honey bee for pollination

Pollination is Essential for Propagating seeds

There is a large number of fruits, nuts and crops that require pollination in order to propagate their seeds. It includes not only fruits,nuts,vegetable but also so many crops such as spices, herbs, crops, oilseed,  forage for dairy and beef cattle, as well as medicinal and numerous ornamental plants.

Fruits

Major source of Pollination

The vast majority of flowers and plants are pollinated by honey bees. Some butterflies, flies, beetles, wasps, ants and moths also pollinate various flowers, but the honey bees are responsible for the enormous majority of pollination.

Queen Bee

Honey Bee

Butterfly

Butter Fly

Wasp

Beetle

Beetle

Some vital yields Pollinated by Bees

A) Fruits and Vegetables

Kiwi Cherry Apple Persimmon
Leek
Chicory
Apricot
Pimento
Lemon
Citron
Artichoke
Plum
Lima beans
Collards
Asparagus
Pummelo
Lime
Cranberry
Avocado
Pumpkin
Mango
Cucumber
Blackberry
Radish
Muskmelon
Currants
Blueberry
Raspberry
Nectarine
Dewberry
Broccoli
Rutabaga
Onion
Eggplant
Brussels sprouts
Squash
Cauliflower
Huckleberry
Pear
Watermelon
Carrots
Honeydew
Peach
Turnip
Cabbage
Gooseberry
Orange
Strawberry
Cantaloupe
Grape Fruit
Passion Fruit
Tangerine
Celery
Kale
Peppers
Zucchini

B) Nuts

Almond Cashew Chestnut Coconut
Coffee
Kola
Macadamia

C) Herbs & Specs

Basil Coriander Garlic Nutmeg
Chives
Dill
Mint
Oregano
Cinnamon
Fennel
Mustard
Parsley

D) Livestock Forage

Alfalfa Buckwheat Clover Vetches

E) Oil Crops

Canola Palm Seed Sesame Sunflower
Cotton seed
Safflower
Soybeans
Tung