Who's looking for proof?
Must be all bull, right?
These results hold even for crops stocked routinely with high densities of honey bees for pollination, such as almond, blueberry, mango or watermelon. Although honey bees are generally viewed as a substitute for wild pollinators, this study demonstrates that they neither maximize pollination, nor fully replace the contributions of diverse, wild-insect assemblages to fruit set for a broad range of crops and agricultural practices on all continents with farmland.
Diversity, it is the strength of all companies, countries, populations, and nature. Why do we work so hard against it?
Zone 5a, Practicing non-intervention beekeeping