How do bees collect pollen?

Answer Pollen is an important food source for bees. As such, the collection of pollen by bees provides benefits to not only flowers, but also to the entire bee colony.DefinitionPollen is the male part of ... Read More »

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Why Do Bees Collect Pollen in Addition to Nectar?

Worker bees, which are female bees that can't reproduce, fly from flower to flower collecting nectar and pollen. The worker bees then feed the nectar and pollen to the colony's larvae, juvenile for... Read More »

Can a person allergic to bees eat bee pollen?

A person that is allergic to bees should avoid bee pollen due to any allergic reactions. In addition, a person who is allergic to honey, ragweed or chrysanthemum should never consume bee pollen. Be... Read More »

How to Collect Douglas Fir Pollen?

Douglas fir trees belong to the genus Pseudotsuga and include five regionally distinct species across North America, Asia and Mexico. The attractive conical shape and soft, needlelike foliage of Do... Read More »

Differences Between Carpenter Bees & Bumble Bees?

Although both bees are beneficial pollinators, carpenter bees are more of a nuisance. The carpenter bee is more likely to use former nesting spots and wood can be damaged with multiple burrow holes... Read More »