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To bee or not to bee: How this man is capitalising on the buzz

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raja sekhar
by raja sekhar on May 22, 2015 06:26 PM

I am Impressed and interested to learn the course and implement in our rural area who can help me in this, by providing any contact no'r of the person to reach and discuss and get trained on this Busy bee's...

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R Chakravarti
Beekeeping for Indian farmers
by R Chakravarti on Apr 18, 2015 11:29 AM

It seems that for a farmer, keeping bees would be quite profitable even without selling any honey, because of increased yields. For this purpose, research should be done on various Indian bees, in addition to the commercial European honeybee. Maybe several farmers could be persuaded to share the cost and effort of maintaining hives, just for improving their yields.

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Good work
by kkanchan on Apr 18, 2015 10:52 AM

Nice to encourage farmers for for this innovative projects. Also attended Gallopers Talk where in he briefed about the project.

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SundaraRajan K
Bee buzz should awaken the government
by SundaraRajan K on Apr 16, 2015 03:37 PM

If what is said above is true, then the government should voluntarily help the farmers to keep bee farming along with their agricultural production. It is for the government to act now. One leader can show the way but some strong backing is necessary to really achieve the result. The farmers need not commit suicide, if they are going to get additional income how less it may be.

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chandra sekar
by chandra sekar on Apr 13, 2015 05:07 PM

There is so much each one of us can do for the environment but the daily rut keeps us away from trying anything..i am waiting for my retirement to take up something constructive

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