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How do bees get a balanced diet if they only eat pollen and nectar?


How do bees get a balanced diet if they only eat pollen and nectar?


Bees rank highly in the affections of gardeners, right up there with birds, butterflies and hedgehogs. Bees are also unique among insects in their dependence on flowers –more or less everything needed to fuel adult bees and to grow new, young bees comes from pollen and nectar. So, not surprisingly, the quantities and qualities of food for bees provided by different flowers have been the subject of exhaustive research. So much so that you could be forgiven for thinking that there’s nothing left to discover.

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