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Thursday 19 October 2017
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Nauni University revive indigenous honey bee

To promote cost effective traditional beekeeping and increase pollination through indigenous honey bees, entomologists and apiculture scientists at the Dr Y S Parmar University of forestry and horticulture, Nauni have devised low cost technology beehives made from locally available material and are creating awareness and providing training to farmers for reviving the retreating indigenous honey bees and adopt apiculture as profession. One such project of the varsity is being carried out at horticulture station of the varsity at Seobag in Kullu, wherein efforts are being made to revive traditional beekeeping and the indigenous honeybee.

Via: Timesofindia



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