Answer: Most of the vegetables (or fruits) which hold seeds will require pollination in order to "set". This would include tomatoes and peppers, cukes, zukes, melons, and so on. Veggies we eat in stages before seed formation such as simple sprouts, lettuce, spinach and other greens, broccoli, cabbage, radish, carrot and so on would not require pollination in order to produce an edible crop. If you get motivated though, pollination is not that difficult -- a few swishes with a paint brush will do it. Enjoy your veggies!
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