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  1. Bee Forum
    I want to get into beekeeping. But where I live, It is full of unicultural coconut farms(like 95%+ plantations are coconuts). Coconut blooms round the year. Do honey bees forage coconut trees and make surplus honey i.e. is it a good nectar source? Coconut trees are very tall and sometimes reach...
  2. Bee Forum
    Honey Pollen: Using Melissopalynology to Understand Foraging Preferences of Bees in Tropical South India The aim of the study was to use melissopalynology to delineate the foraging preferences of bees in tropical environs. This was done by comparing pollen spectra obtained from the same hives...
  3. Scientific Studies / CCD / Neonics
    Prospects of Apicultural Entrepreneurship in Coastal Districts of Eastern India: A Melissopalynological Evaluation A melissopalynological analysis of fifty-one natural honey samples (twenty four spring, fifteen summer and twelve winter) collected during 2010–2011 from two east-coastal...
  4. Nectar & Pollen Plants
    Dear all, I am working on an apiculture project in a region called Araku Valley, AP,India where I am training tribes women to become beekeeper . We are working with the local specie Apis cerana. In this region we have 3 seasons. Monsoon: June to September, Winter: October to February, Summer...
  5. Welcome Forum
    Dear Friends, I am Christelle, from France, living in India for now 2 years, I ve started to work with honeybees one year ago, and from then, only live for them. I started a project few month ago with tribes women in the region of Araku Valley, Andhra Pradesh, India. 3 months ago, I started a...
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