Again, we're talking about domesticated food crops, not wild plants. If wild plants were having pollination problems, public education might lead to people embracing mosquitos. It wouldn't be the first time a previously maligned species gained public favor. Sharks used to be pretty much hated but are now seen as species which should be protected.If you told people that they had to stop spraying in order to protect mosquitos, they'd be screaming bloody murder. But when you tell them they need to stop spraying to in order to protect honeybees, suddenly it's a different story. Odd that the mosquito populations (which are highly present in agricultural areas as well) have shown no signs of collapsing.