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a shed containing a number of beehives


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Noor Islam Khattak, a Senior Scientific Officer, at National Agriculture Research Centre (NARC) and Syed Asim Shah (Shah Farms-Karachi) trained the honey bee keepers and traders on various aspects of the honey bee keeping, by products, quality assurance in apiaries and processing, packaging, and branding techniques.
Meanwhile in Helmand province, which is largely a battlefield, apiaries have been set up with the help of the Ministry of Agriculture and some non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
Huddersfield and District Beekeeping Association members, from left, chairman Brian Hinchliffe, vice- chairman |Michael Sykes, Andy Caveney, Geoff Haigh and apiaries site manager Tony White
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.
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.
Since beekeepers were often ageing peasants and priests (as in Makovsky's painting), that is, social groups who rarely had funds to invest in new technology, log hives continued to be used extensively in Russia up until the Revolution, as can be seen in paintings of Russian apiaries dating from the 1860s to the 1890s by artists such as Savrasov, Kramskoi, Shishkin, Nikolai Makovsky, and Levitan.
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.
Many beekeepers are so afraid their apiaries will be stolen that they are keeping their locations a secret.
One control and thirteen experimental apiaries were used for these studies conducted between December 2009 and September 2011.
MULHOUSE, France: Bees at a cluster of apiaries in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from contain- ers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause.
At the same level, ODB made a decision to limit apiaries finance to the projects approved by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, to give the ministry an opportunity to specify the projects that deserve finance.