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apiculture

[′ā·pə‚kəl·chər]
(agriculture)
Large-scale commercial beekeeping.
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Only those brought from Ardeal, with a lot of difficulty, brought some light of hope and education for the apiculturists. The people from Ardeal contributed with the first written lectures on the systematic apiculture.
After the event, one student raffled off the honey bears donated by our apiculturist.
The most curious suggestion by McGregor (1976), an apiculturist, was "saturation pollination" with honeybees (see also Introduction and Table 1), based on the simple fact that this procedure "has proven feasible on some other crops." In his book, Free (1993) misinterprets the pollination biology of the Annonaceae.
Other occupations in which workers have functions similar to those of farmers and farm managers are agricultural engineer, agronomist, animal breeder, animal scientist, apiculturist, botanist, county agricultural agent, dairy scientist, extension service specialist, farm worker supervisor, feed and farm management advisor, horticulturist, plant breeder, poultry scientist, range manager, and soil conservationist.
"Sue's bees are polite," says Eric Mussen, UC Cooperative Extension apiculturist.
Even an apiculturist - a bee scientist - has gotten in on the act.
"Honeybees become harmless when taken away from their honeycomb [mass of waxy hexagonal cells that hold honey]," says apiculturist (bee expert) Eric Mussen at the University of California at Davis.
Nevertheless, opposition increased, with the addition of apiculturists and planters of crops labeled "organic" (14).
mellifera, the apiculturists will get a proper knowledge regarding successful establishment of apiaries in that region.
Muscat: Oman's apiculturists have been urged to participate in the sixth Annual Honey Souk.
In preparing the report, senators met with apiculturists and farmers.