How many crops have been killed because of the lack of bees?



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    Bees are crucial for pollination.  Both honey and many crops have suffered.  The following crops have suffered due to loss of bees: honey, almonds, tomatoes, peppers, soybeans, pears, apples, peaches, cucumbers, cantaloupes, watermelons, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, and kiwis.  The honey-bee population has decreased by 35%. 

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    Bees are known as good pollinators but not the only pollinators. So far there is no known plant that multiplies when bees only pollinate it. So it is not proper to ask how many crops that are killed because of loss of bees. On eshould have asked about the quantity of honey and seeds lost because of loss of bees.

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