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Do bees pollinate watermelon?

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Yes, The next thing might be boring but very scientific so continue reading at your own risk of being bored or not. A flower comes before a fruit a bee will come for nectar and get pollen in in the pollen basket it goes to another flower for nectar and the stigma catches the pollen grain it germinates to a pollen tube goes down the style into the ovary bursts in half with a sperm nucleus and then the ovules become seed and when the flower dies the ovary becomes the fruit. So yes.
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