What plants dont need pollinators?
Some vegetables are self-pollinating meaning they do not need the assistance of bees or other insects or the wind for pollination and the production of fruit. Self-pollinating vegetables include tomatoes, green peppers, and chili peppers, eggplants, green beans, lima beans, sweet peas, and peanuts.
What crops need pollination from bees?
About one-third of the food eaten by Americans comes from crops pollinated by honey bees, including apples, melons, cranberries, pumpkins, squash, broccoli, and almonds, to name just a few.
Do root vegetables need pollination?
All vegetable crops that produce a fruit need pollination to produce food. In contrast to leafy greens, legumes, roots, and tubers, fruit-bearing plants require pollen to produce an edible crop.
- What plants dont need pollinators?
- What crops need pollination from bees?
- Do root vegetables need pollination?
- Do tomatoes need pollination?
- Do cucumbers need to be pollinated?
- What veggies are not self-pollinating?
- Does cabbage need to be pollinated?
- Do potatoes need pollination?
- Does beetroot need pollination?
- Does lettuce need to be pollinated?
- Do peppers need pollination?
- Do strawberries need pollination?
- Do blueberries need to be pollinated?
- Do raspberries need to be pollinated?
- Do blueberries need cross-pollination?
- What can you not plant near blueberries?
- Will strawberries cross pollinate?
- Are cherry trees self-pollinating?
- Can I plant a cherry tree next to an apple tree?
- Do you need 2 apple trees to produce fruit?