Below is a list of the most common vegetable crops grown, along with their standard pollination-type information.
|Bean – Common (Pole/Bush), Fava, Lima||Self-pollinating, insect 1|
|Cucumber||Insect (honey bees, solitary bees, bumblebees, and squash bees)|
|Melon (Canteloupe, Honey Dew, Watermelon)||Insect (honey bees, solitary bees, bumblebees)|
|Parsnip||Insect (hoverflies, flies, solitary bees, honey bees)|
|Radish||Insect (primarily bee pollinated)|
|Squash (Summer, Winter, Pumpkin)||Insect (honey bees, squash bees, solitary bees, bumblebees)|
|Tomatillo||Insect (requires pollination from another plant otherwise yields will be low)|
|Turnip||Insect (honey bees, solitary bees, flies)|
1: While insects might have a role to play in pollinating these plants, it is mostly negligible, as these flowers are normally self-fertilizing, having a natural cross-pollination rate of 0% (beans, peas) to 10% (peppers, potato-leafed tomatoes).