Μελισσοκομικός Σύλλογος Νομού Πέλλας - Ο Μέγας Αλέξανδρος-ΠΕΝΤΑΠΛΑΤΑΝΟΣ ΤΘ 377,58100,ΓΙΑΝΝΙΤΣΑ ΠΕΛΛΑΣ-Τηλ:6937 47 53 57,6977 027612E-mail: beeclubpellas@yahoo.gr - BEE CLUB PELLAS-THE GREAT ALEXANDER-YΙANNITSA PELLAS, ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑ-MACEDONIA- HELLAS-GREECE,- Ωράριο λειτουργίας (ΔΕΥΤΕΡΑ+ΤΕΤΑΡΤΗ 18.00μμ-20.00μμ)


Δε φτάνει ο ήλιος μονάχα, η γη σοδειά να δώσει, χρειάζονται κι άλλα πολλά, και προπαντός η γνώση… (Κωστής Παλαμάς)

Έλληνες, ο πραγματικός Έλληνας ηγέτης θα βρεθεί. Το πιο σημαντικό αυτή τη στιγμή είναι να βρεθεί ο πραγματικός Έλληνας ΠΟΛΙΤΗΣ!"

"Προδότης δεν είναι μόνο αυτός που φανερώνει τα μυστικά της πατρίδος στους εχθρούς, αλλά είναι και εκείνος που ενώ κατέχει δημόσιο αξίωμα, εν γνώση του δεν προβαίνει στις απαραίτητες ενέργειες για να βελτιώσει το βιοτικό επίπεδο των ανθρώπων πάνω στους οποίους άρχει..." - Θουκυδίδης (460-398 π.Χ.)

Λένε ότι οι πραγματικοί φίλοι μπορεί να περάσουν μεγάλα χρονικά διαστήματα χωρίς να μιλήσουν ή να ειδωθούν, χωρίς ποτέ να τεθεί σε αμφιβολία η φιλία τους. Όταν βλέπονται, ενημερώνονται σαν να είχαν μιλήσει την προηγούμενη ημέρα, χωρίς να λαμβάνεται υπόψη ο χρόνος που πέρασε ή πόσο μακρυά ήταν!

“Γίνε εσύ η αλλαγή, αν θες να αλλάξεις τον κόσμο” Μ.Γκάντι

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'No bees no honey' presents the experience of the Improving Productivity and Market Success (IPMS) project on apiculture value chain development in Bure distrct, Amhara, Ethiopia. IPMS together with the woreda office of agriculture, farmers, input suppliers and other stakeholders worked in the district to produce high quality honey by using integrated commodity development approach. On this video, all successive value addition activities and processes such as production, where queen splitting was a major intervention, input supply, and marketing interventions made by the project are highlighted.

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African Honey Bee is a beekeeping social micro-franchise business which has developed a sustainable, commercially-viable business model that enables owner operated micro beekeeping businesses (BKBs) to participate in the mainstream global organic and fair-trade honey markets. The concept is based on achieving commercial viability through critical mass i.e. a minimum of 100 beekeeping businesses each with 100 hives, collectively producing an initial 300 tons of table honey annually. 

The investment opportunity offered by AHB is unusually attractive as it will enable socio-environmental impact investors to contribute even further in actively promoting a more sustainable economy, preserving biodiversity and uplifting society. In contrast to the typical fair-trade business model where the consumer is expected to pay a premium, this model also benefits the consumer as far as price, wellbeing and fulfilling their sense of moral conscience.


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Africanized honey bees (also spelled Africanised honey bees), known colloquially as "killer bees", are some hybrid varieties of the Western honey bee species, (Apis mellifera), produced originally by cross-breeding of the African honey bee A. m. scutellata, with various European honey bees such as the Italian bee A. m. ligustica and the Iberian bee A. m. iberiensis. The hybrid bees are far more defensive than any of the various European subspecies. Small swarms of Africanized bees are capable of taking over European honey bee hives by invading the hive and establishing their own queen after killing the European queen bee.

There are currently 28 recognized subspecies of Apis mellifera based largely on geographic variations. All subspecies are cross fertile. Geographic isolation led to numerous local adaptations. These adaptations include brood cycles synchronized with the bloom period of local flora, forming a winter cluster in colder climates, migratory swarming in Africa, enhanced foraging behavior in desert areas, and numerous other inherited traits.

The first Africanized bees in the US were discovered in 1985 in the San Joaquin Valley of California hatched onto a Venezuelan oil tanker. By 1990 they spread to Texas from Mexico. In the Tucson region of Arizona, the study of trapped swarms in 1994 found that only 15 percent had been Africanized; this number had grown to 90 percent by 1997.

The Africanized honey bees in the Western Hemisphere are of mixed descent from 26 Tanganyikan queen bees of A. m. scutellata, accidentally released by a replacement bee-keeper in 1957 near Rio Claro, São Paulo, in the southeast of Brazil, from hives operated by biologist Warwick E. Kerr, who had interbred honey bees from Europe and southern Africa. Hives containing these particular queens were noted to be especially defensive. Kerr was attempting to breed a strain of bees that would produce more honey and be better adapted to tropical conditions (i.e., more productive) than the European subspecies of honey bee used in South America and southern North America. The hives the bees were released from had special excluder grates to prevent the larger queen bees and drones from getting out and mating with local queens and drones of European descent. However, following the accidental release, the African queens and drones mated with domesticated local non-African queens and drones, and their descendants have since spread throughout the Americas.

The Africanized bees have become the dominant type of honey bee for beekeeping in Central America and in tropical areas of South America due to them outcompeting the European subspecies, and there are claims that they have improved productivity. Unfortunately, the extreme tendency of Africanized bees to swarm has had a significant impact of honey production in managed colonies and in most areas the Africanized bees tend to have certain behavioral traits that make them less desirable for managed beekeeping. Specifically, as compared with the European bee types, the Africanized bee:









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markos aliprantis είπε...

Άνθιμε φτιάχνω τις κηρήθρες μου με μικρή πρέσα εδώ και 5 περίπου χρόνια.Το πώς τις κτίζουν σε σχέσει με του εμπορίου είναι η μέρα με την νύχτα.Θέλει όμως κόπο και χρόνο.Σίγουρα δεν έχουν υπολείμματα φαρμάκων και παραφίνη. Πρίν από λίγες μέρες αγόρασα για λογαριασμό ενός φίλου μερικές κηρήθρες από ένα μαγαζί εδώ.Όταν τις είδα έπαθα πλάκα νόμιζα οτι ήταν από διάφανο πλαστικό δλδ όταν τις κοίταγα φαίνονταν τα δάκτυλά μου που την κρατούσα από την πίσω πλευρά.

ΑΝΘΙΜΟΣ ΣΙΓΚΟΥΔΗΣ-ΓΕΩΠΟΝΟΣ ΑΠΘ-ΜΕΛΙΣΣΟΚΟΜΟΣ-ΓΕΝ.ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΑΣ ΜΕΛΙΣΣΟΚΟΜΙΚΟΥ ΣΥΛΛΟΓΟΥ ΠΕΛΛΑΣ είπε...

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