The monetary value of pollinators

Pollinators contribute an estimated €1,200 billion a year to global agricultural production.

This was announced by Professor Nikola Gallai from the Higher National Agronomic School of Toulouse.

Without pollinators there would be a 14.7% decrease in the value of the world fruit trade.

If the decline in pollinators were to shrink even further or disappear completely, then fruit prices would increase by 50% and vegetable prices by 30%.

The biggest problem would be Europe’s consumers.

In German Bee Journal 05/17

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