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Honey bees being freely brought into India

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Pune, India (January 2001) In the corporate news of the Business Age Section of Vol. 3, No. 2, January 2001, there was an account of the corporate house, Dabur Nepal. It was expanding its activities in that country.


Honey Production Economics in Uttaranchal

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Pune, April 13, 2008 (compiled by: MCS): Studies on the economics of beekeeping are rare in India. Recently I came across a paper dealing with this subject. It concerns the beekeeping in the Pithoragarh district of Uttaranchal. The district has the largest number of beekeepers in the state and a majority of them practice migratory beekeeping. Presumably all of them kept Apis mellifera.


Tribal Women in Andhra Pradesh take to Beekeeping

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Pune, March 15, 2008 (from: The Hindu ePaper March 9, 2008): The Integrated Tribal Development Authority (ITDA) of Andhra Pradesh is giving beekeeping training to 263 tribal women belonging to the primitive hill tribe, Konda Reddys.


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Our Bee Scientists - Prof. Ram Chander Sihag

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Our Bee Scientists
Few if any beekeepers in India know about our leading beekeepers, researchers and scientists working in the fields of bees, beekeeping and bee products. We shall try here to get to know them. Because of their expertise in their own subject fields, they are a valuable source of information and assistance.

Prof. Ram Chander Sihag
Dr. R.C. Sihag is Professor (Beekeeping & Crop Pollination Ecology), College of Basic Sciences & Humanities, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar 125 004.

Prof. Sihag's fields of specialization are Crop Pollination and Ecology, Environmental Biology and Beekeeping.


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