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a shed containing a number of beehives


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The ministry carries out programmes and projects that aim to preserve local honey and spread bee farming among farmers through the distribution of apiaries and the queens; supporting bee farmers by providing them with honey separator machines and other equipment, distribution of automatic honey filling units, helping bee farmers to market their products outside Oman.
However, this is the first time that this bug been identified as the primary cause in professional apiaries.
With apiaries across Britain besieged by a variety of pests and disease, the British Beekeepers' Association says a draft Bee Health Strategy consultation document, drawn up by Defra and the Welsh Assembly Government, had "substantial short comings and omissions".
Wilson not only surveys apiaries in Mexico, he exchanges research information with his Mexican counterparts on a regular basis.
Ten apiaries are located on the outskirts of fallow;
He added that the government will set up and execute 40 apiaries of 6,000 groups of bees in seven zones in the country and 10,000 beehives will be distributed in a number of forest reserves such as Sayaka, Kinzi, Lowasi, Nkasi, Patamela, Lupa, Mbiwe and Kilombero.
I have apiaries on sites between Pembrokeshire and Herefordshire and currently work 120 hives.
Apiaries site manager Tony White said: "We'd been looking for another site to have bees and this seemed like the perfect location.
An application form shall be distributed to all owners and managers of apiaries here to be filled up at the first visit of staff inspectors.
Bartender Robert Wood's creation, using honey from Birmingham apiaries and Bird's Custard, once made in the Custard Factory complex, for his cocktail Local Legend.
Formed in 1873, the original Mississippi Beekeepers Association was the first agricultural association in the state, and Stover Apiaries opened in Lowndes County in 1909, and for most of this century the largest beekeeping operation in the world.
Prof Horough has nearly 60 years of beekeeping experience and will be providing adopters with updates on two apiaries, based in and around Warkworth.
And the same statistic is hugely affecting the USA: as the biggest global exporter of almonds -- pollinated, of course, by bees -- California is having to import millions of apiaries from the other side of the country.
Although the North American Bee Care Center will have its own honey bee colonies for teaching and demonstration purposes, the facility will be supported by other research apiaries, located nearby the Research Triangle Park area, to coordinate and extend research projects directed toward bee health.
One example she gave was one centered around revitalizing the history of apiaries in the West Bank, while re-appropriating restricted spaces.