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Synonyms for apiculturist

a farmer who keeps bees for their honey

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Florin Bengescu supported the apiculturists by offering them his professional observations in publications such as: Beekeeping, the Richness of the Villager; Systematic Apiculture; Bees and beekeeping in Romania; Bee Farming; Bees and Agriculture; Home of the Bees; Contagious Diseases of the Bees, Apicultural Spelling Book and many articles in different publications.
While it is widely accepted by pollination biologists that honeybees cannot pollinate all crops and that a high diversity of pollinators is mandatory (e.g., Parker et al., 1987; Kevan et al., 1990; Westerkamp, 1991; Richards, 1993; Batra, 1995; Roubik, 1995a, b; Proctor et al., 1996; Cane, 1997; Kevan, 1999), this information is still unfamiliar to growers and especially apiculturists and horticulturists who still ask for advice.
Apiculturists or honey traders have been asked to register at the regional agricultural development centres or at the ministry in Muscat.
Every day a new headline delivers dire news about a massive die-off of honey bees: almost 20 percent--over two-hundred-thousand colonies--of Canada's honey bees died last winter (Canadian Association of Professional Apiculturists).
The unsellable honey is a new headache for around a dozen affected beekeepers already dealing with high bee mortality rates and dwindling honey supplies following a harsh winter, said Alain Frieh, president of the apiculturists' union.
Apiculturists remained bound to tackle the parasitic mites with acaricides, like coumaphos and fluvalinate, the most regularly remedies used for this purpose.
For this reason, the apiculturists from the region of Povardarie, Ovce Pole and other regions produced small quantities of honey.
Barrett Klein, who led the study as a graduate student at the University of Texas at Austin, says that sleep deprivation could conceivably affect bees when hives are invaded by predators or parasites, when apiculturists transport colonies over long distances, or as an everyday consequence of the busy nature of hives.
Sanford's edition retains, as much as possible, Bonney's style and content, while providing updated information apiculturists must know to be successful in the current beekeeping environment.
Sokk comes from a family of apiculturists, and one day he started to research for more possibilities for honey and its byproducts.
The OSU Extension service set up a Honey Bee Diagnostic Services clinic this year in response to concern from farmers, apiculturists and the public.
These ARS laboratories form the core of the new bee-focused areawide program that includes university partners, apiculturists, and many others.--By Alfredo Flores, ARS.
Apiculturists in eastern Granma province, the island's major honey producer, expect to produce 1,000 tons of honey this year, exceeding their plan of 880 tons.
Apiculturists, however, will remember it as the winter their bees died.