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In order to maintain productivity in the sector and for easy understanding, adopting new technology and all rounded information which in turn enlarges their readiness to produce more and thereby raises honey marketable supply, Wereda agriculture office and other apiculture development partners should give weight to practical supported beekeeping training which focused on pre and post harvest management of honey production and marketing. Establishing honey and beeswax collection centers in potential production areas and equipping them with the necessary facilities; encouraging and supporting the establishment of local-based small scale honey and beeswax processing, packing enterprises, particularly by women and the youth. For flourishing honey exports, creation of an attractive value scheme is important. Therefore, value expectations of the target market need to be known by creating closer relationship with potential buyers and this will help to understand the value demanded
Value chain concept is a framework for conducting business transactions that is responsive to the needs of the consumer. It actually involves a full range of activities which are required to bring a product or service from conception, through the intermediary phases of production, delivery to final consumers, and final disposal after use. Such an approach thus considers international trade relations as being part of a series of networks of honey producers, exporters, importers, and retailers, whereby knowledge and relationships are developed to gain access to markets and suppliers.In this study therefore, traditional beekeeping value chain analysis focused on the interaction of actors along each step of honey production system (from raw producers to consumers)in Tanzania, taking into account the linkages within each set of actors.
The paper reports the types of enemies that attack honeybees, the extent of honeybeepoisoning by agrochemicals and toxin producing plants, farmers' awareness on the extent of damage made to honeybees by enemies and poisoning in Fogera woreda. For this study 9 Peasant Associations were selected purposively based on their potential for beekeeping. A total of 270 households were interviewed. The collected data were statistically analyzed and the results were interpreted using descriptive statistics. Based on the result, major challenges of beekeeping were agrochemicals application, enemies, lack of bee forage, absconding, lack of swarming, drought, lack of beekeeping equipment& diseases respectively. Enemies and agrochemicals sprayed devastatingly damage honeybee. Similarly, toxic plants to honeybees Croton macrostachy, Serk Abeba,Phytolacca dodecandra, polycantha, Guizotia scabra, and Zana, plants that affect honey quality Eucalptus spp, Croton macrostachy, Guizotia scabra , Lathyrus sativa,polycantha and human health Justitia schemperina, were listed by the farmers. The other major bottlenecks of the development of this sector are deforestation and the expansion of crop cultivation.
Beekeeping is the natural and cultural heritage for the rural people of Nepal. Commercial beekeeping is still in primary level in this country. Beekeeping is very much suitable for the poor people who have less or no land holding. This book therefore, provides information on enterprise scale wise profitability of honey production, cost, margin and price spread in the marketing of mellifera honey,and also tries to find out the factors affecting production of honey. This information should be useful to the professionals and policy makers who are working in the field of beekeeping, and marketing of hive products.
The majority of scholars the importance of the honeybee is only considered in the context of obtaining from it the direct product (honey, wax, propolis, etc.). Without denying this fact, we see its mission in a broader sense, namely, in general biological function of modern agriculture. The book discusses different approaches to the biological function of agriculture, natural features areas of research, the role of honeybees in the biological function of agriculture, the impact of method of sowing of crops on their attractiveness for honeybees, the problem with the use of agricultural biological function of the honeybee, the diversity in agricultural landscapes nectar resource and breeding of honeybees as an important factor in ensuring the territory of insect pollinators. This monograph is intended for researchers and specialists in the field of agriculture and education, business representatives, as well as graduate students, university students, pupils and all those who love and appreciate nature.
The problem of poverty and low living standards in the developing countries in general and in Kenya in particular, affects the youth more than any other group. The main reason for this is the fact that youth constitute the largest group of the unemployed population and have no physical assets of their own. Many leave school with no technical or business skills. They therefore have no economic or financial resources of their own, no access to jobs and no sources of income. They are simply unemployed while those who find some form of casual employment are underemployed. Bee keeping is an up-coming industry in Kenya and earns bee farmers substantial income through sales of honey and other bee products. Langstroth hives have proved to be more popular than Kenya Top Bar Hives. The demand for Langstroth hives has been rising as they are more productive. The tripartite model developed by Honey Care Africa is recommended as the most appropriate model for diffusion of beekeeping as an economic development strategy targeting youth employment in rural areas.