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" Waite, writing in one of the government bulletins on pollination of the pear, mentions that "the common honey bee is the most regular important and abundant visitor and probably does more good than any other species. "
The ABC of Bee Culture: A Cyclopaedia of Every Thing Pertaining to the Care ... - Page 175
by A. I. Root - 1903 - 482 pages
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Report: Containing the Proceedings of the Annual Session ..., Volume 55

Iowa State Horticultural Society - Fruit-culture - 1920
...America to show that many varieties of orchard trees are selfsterife. He says, "The common honey bee is the most regular, important and abundant visitor...and probably does more good than any other species." According to Professor Waite, moreover, "Pears require crosspollination, being partially or wholly...
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American Bee Journal, Volume 33

Bee culture - 1894
...experiment, of which 22 were found self-sterile. Under the head of Insect visitors we note the following : " The common honey-bee is the most regular, important...and probably does more good than any other species." In this connection I have In a recent letter from the distinguished horticulturist. Prof. LH Bailey,...
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