Does it mean that pollinators are not pests of some plants?



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    I am afraid I do not understand your question that well.  While many pollinators consume parts of a plant (usually nectar), they do not actually do grave damage to the plant life itself.  In fact evolution led to the plants creating nectar as a way of attracting pollinators.  Now some humans might consider pollinators a pest if they want to control the genetics of their plants.  Instead of free pollination they themselves prefer to manually transfer the pollen so they can control and monitor the plant’s genome.

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