Result of osmia lignaria or the mason bee pollinating apple

To the growers of Asteraceae, Rosaceae, & Ericaceae crops:

For the past ten years, has been improving fruit and seed set throughout Utah and California by introducing various native bee species (non-honey bee) into commercial and residential growing operations. For pollination services with native bees, to conduct research & development with crop pollination, or to conduct biological experiments, please call Kimball Clark, owner, at 801-458-0282, or send us an email.

Crops of interest for the 2017—2018 season include:

Rates are based on the situation and the available native bees and habitats between December 2017, and April 2018. As spring approaches, our quantity of reusable bee habitats and Osmia and Megachile bees will run out, so don't hesitate to call sooner than later, at 801-458-0282.


Kimball Clark
Native Bee Nerd