apiculture

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apiculture

[′ā·pə‚kəl·chər]
(agriculture)
Large-scale commercial beekeeping.
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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.
The book had two editions and it was a thorough guide for many generations of apiculturists.
1996; Cane, 1997; Kevan, 1999), this information is still unfamiliar to growers and especially apiculturists and horticulturists who still ask for advice.
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.
Apiculturists, however, will remember it as the winter their bees died.
He said apiculturists who wanted to keep their farms inside reserves would be issued special identity cards to enter the reserves.
Srinagar, June 17 (ANI): Honey is the buzzword for the apiculturists in Srinagar as they rear their apiaries, laced with hopes of a big harvest, this year.