apiculture

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the cultivation of bees on a commercial scale for the production of honey

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The tree crops and the evergreen plants in the location, besides supplying apicultural resources to the bees equally provided sufficient shade that prevented the hive from solar radiation but enabled sunshine for apicultural activities.
Another Section A entry with an apicultural moniker, 13-year-old Heathside Honey Bee, was in the money too, fetching pounds 6,500.
a Director of the Eastern Apicultural Society and includes well-renowned researchers from around the country (a complete list is found at http://www.
The Apiary Inspectors of America, in a report published in the July 2007 issue of the American Bee Journal, said, "The apicultural industry has seen a dramatic decline in the number of honey bee colonies managed in the United States since the introduction of the honey bee tracheal mite and the Varroa mite in the 1980s.
Three new Cuban apicultural health products were unveiled at the 1st Latin American Meeting of Apiculture and the 2nd Cuban Congress of Apiculture (CUBAPI), held recently in Havana and attended by over 300 participants from 20 countries.
Largely due to the similarity between the tikung collection system practised by the honeyhunters in the flooded forests of DSWR and the rafter honeyboard system in southern Vietnam, the DSWR project was approached by Vincent Mulder (a representative of CIDSE--a Dutch development NGO and NECTAR--the Netherlands Centre for Tropical Apicultural Resources) to facilitate an exchange between DSWR honey collectors and their counterparts who collect honey in the seasonally flooded melaleuca forests of the U Minh Forest in the Minh Hai Province of southern Vietnam.
In the summer JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH, Berenbaum and her Illinois colleagues Steven M.
The browsing user will discover Varna in a guise unfamiliar to archaeologists; vitriol appears without reference to current archaeological discourse; we learn that Radom in Poland has the world's finest collection of beehives and other apicultural gear, and the attention of all readers is directed to invaluable information contained within the entry for Scotch whisky.
International trade in certain apicultural products - royal jelly, pollen and propolis - is expanding rapidly and is estimated to be worth several tens of millions of dollars annually.
He is called out to investigate a murder on Thistledale Allotments, and in the process of uncovering the crime finds he's learning a whole lot about bees, beekeeping and all things apicultural.
Malcolm Sanford, now professor emeritus, had been for 20 years the apicultural extension specialist in the Department of Entomology and Nematology at the University of Florida.
She was also the editor of the journal of Apicultural Research (1962-1982).
Characterization of microsatellite markers for the apicultural pest Varroa destructor (Acari: Varroidae) and its relatives.