Honey Bees on the Move: From Pollination to Honey Production and Back

Jennifer K Bond, Claudia Hitaj, David Smith, Kevin Hunt, Agnes Perez, Gustavo Ferreira
2021 unpublished
As U.S. growers expand their cultivation of pollinator-dependent crops, including fruits and nuts, an increasing number of honey bee hives are transported around the country to provide pollination services. This report quantifies the seasonal flow of hives around the country and provides evidence of varying levels of intensity of reliance on pollination services by crop and by region.
doi:10.22004/ag.econ.327193 fatcat:t673hr6sgrbxvft6khcpqgrbt4