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Will there be enough pollinators to sustain the needs of agriculture into the near future? This straightforward question exposes critical gaps in the data on how farms obtain pollination services, how much they pay for them, and what factors affect pollination service supply. Prior to the emergence of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) in 2006, no systematic survey data tracked honey bee colony loss rates. Prior to 2015, no national-level data tracked either the cost and use of pollination services to farms or the movement of managed honey bees by beekeepers.

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