Blueberries need multiple visits from honeybees to become large, firm fruit. Maximum pollination requires enough strong, healthy, insulated beehives.
How and why do honeybees pollinate flowers?
Honeybees are the most prolific pollinators on the planet, not only responsible for pollinating thousands of naturally occurring plant species around the world, but also ensuring that crops (with an estimated annual yield value of between $235 to $577 billion) are pollinated every year. But, how can honeybees be such great pollinators if they have no desire to be good at it?