Pollen Collection


Pollen is the male germ cells produced by all flowering plants for fertilization and plant embryo formation.

Flower pollen collects on the legs and bodies of worker bees. Sometimes it can also include nectar and bee saliva. Pollen comes from many plants, so the contents of bee pollen can vary significantly depending on the region where it was collected.

Bees can collect as much as 65 lbs of pollen per year, per hive. The Honeybee uses pollen as a food that provides protein.

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