Can I Pollinate Tomatoes Without Bees?

Answer Tomatoes grow well in warm temperatures, bright sunlight and moist soil. The plants produce flowers that become the actual tomato fruits once pollinated. Indoor tomatoes often lack the bees necessa... Read More »

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Why do bees pollinate flowers?

Flowers are reproduction centers for plants. To reproduce, most plants need to spread pollen to other flowers to make seeds. To help with this job, they attracts bees in a mutually beneficial relat... Read More »

How do bees pollinate flowers?

Bees are attracted to flowers by their bright colours and their desire to collect nectar. Nectar tends to be found close to the base of the petals and as the bee attempts to reach it the bee brushe... Read More »

How Do Bees Pollinate Apples?

All apple trees require cross-pollination to set fruit. Cross-pollination transfers pollen from one species of tree to another species. Even self-pollinating trees produce higher yields if cross-po... Read More »

Do bees pollinate pecan trees?

No. Pecan trees develop both male and female flowers. In some varieties of pecan trees, male flowers develop first while in other varieties female nutlets develop first. To prevent self-fertilizati... Read More »