Despite fears of collapsing bee populations, the number of honeybee hives has been growing steadily for decades. So have the yields of pollinator-dependent crops.
Source: Aizen, M.A. and L.D. Harder. 2009. The global stock of domesticated honey bees Is growing slower than agricultural demand for pollination. Current Biology 19:915–918.
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