apiculture


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apiculture

[′ā·pə‚kəl·chər]
(agriculture)
Large-scale commercial beekeeping.
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Their demands might sound modest but they could save money as well as provide a real boost to apiculture.
22] Wilson RT Current status and possibilities for improvement of traditional apiculture in sub-Saharan Africa.
While it is unclear whether it is the same parasite which hit honey producers in America, Asia and Europe mid last year and cut their volumes by two thirds, Simeoni's concern is that regional governments are yet to acknowledge the threat and act to reverse the trend on the apiculture sector.
Other factors also include parasites, other pathogens, lack of veterinary medicines or sometimes their misuse, apiculture management and environmental factors such as lack of habitat and feed and climate change," it added.
The care of bees, the best fruits to grow on the farm, melon-culture, manuring, the breeding of horses, co-operation, dairying in all its branches, aviculture, apiculture, horticulture, and, in general, all that has to do with agriculture.
While working in urban apiculture, I have learned that we need a very large table for all the interested parties to sit around.
But, interestingly, the Catholic church has had a hand in modern apiculture.
Gardening, composting, vermiculture, apiculture, and horticulture: http://insightgardenprogram.
In nature, apiculture is the practice of keeping which sort of insects?
Deer biologists tell us that a whitetail's diet can consist of literally hundreds of different types of vegetation; both naturally occurring food such as mushrooms, twigs, fruits and mast, as well as apiculture plantings such as corn, beans, and alfalfa.
Apart from this, modern tools of apiculture will also be showcased.
Single course education such as apiculture, piscine culture, and things like that based on needs.