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Apitherapy of Nervous
System Diseases 2014
We are honored to invite you to
participate in the 5th All Ukrainian research and practice conference on
apitherapy with international participation on topic: «Apitherapy of Nervous
System Diseases», which will take place on 13-15 of March, 2014 in the
city of Kyiv on the basis of «P. I. Prokopovich Institute».
Two days seminar
“NEWS IN APICULTURE”
of Alexander Komissar, Ukrainian bee scientist (PhD
in biology), beekeeper and small scale queen breeder.
The information on the majority
of these questions can’t be found in the bee books and magazines.
The base of several topics is the own original author’s
Seminar duration is two days usually, but this time
isn’t enough for detailed work with all topics. Therefore the audience
has to make the choice for more detailed discussion in the accordance with
specialization in the bee culture. Part of questions is interesting for
Ukrainian beekeepers only. The lectures are in the Power Point and need
the multimedia computer projector. It is possible to receive preliminary
information about some subjects from the author’s publications in English.
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Cocoons of solitary bees
Osmia rufa and Osmia cornuta are available for sale.
Details by E-mail: email@example.comŕ
telephone +38-097-759-27-39, +38-044-457-10-78 (Kyiv,
About Ukrainian experience of Osmia-bees rearing
Rearing osmia bees in Ukraine. The Beekeepers Quarterly,2005, 82: 41-42.
We invite you to participate in
the IV-th All-Ukrainian scientific-practical conference with participation
of international apitherapists on the topic: "Apitherapy in the treatment
of the musculoskeletal system," which will be held in Kiev on 21 - 22 March
2013 at the National Science Center "Institute of beekeeping P.I.Prokopovycha
The conference program includes
plenary session in apitherapy industry which will involve leading
experts from Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. Arrival of the participants 20.03.2012.
Registration 21 March 2013
Ukraine is one of the largest
countries of Europe. It neighbours with 7 states - Belarus at north, Poland
at northwest and west, Slovakia and Hungary - at west, Romania and Moldova
at southwest, and Russia to east and northeast. The south and southeast
of Ukraine is washed by two seas - Black and Azov.
Climate, relief, natural
conditions of Ukraine.
Ukraine is located mostly
in the moderate climatic zone, except for southern coast of Crimea, which
is in the subtropical zone. The southern part of Ukraine lays at the same
latitude as the northern part of Italy.
In general, the climatic
conditions and soils of Ukraine are favourable for agriculture. Flora of
Ukraine embraces about thirty thousand plants. It creates favourable conditions
Relief of Ukraine is mostly
flat. Only in the west there are ridges of the Ukrainian Carpathian mountains
and in the south - the Crimean mountains. The highest altitude in Ukraine
is mountain Goverla (2061 meters) in the Carpathians. The maximum altitude
at the Crimean's is the Roman-kosh (1545 meters).
The biggest river of Ukraine
is Dnieper. Danube, Dnister, Siverskyi Donets are important water
arteries. There are plenty of small rivers in Ukraine, which makes Ukrainian
landscape especially picturesque.
Beekeeping in Ukraine has
centuries-old history. Foreigners, which visited Ukraine, were always surprised
by "huge quantities of bees and honey" in this land. This was an outcome
of the combination of the favourable natural conditions with diligence
and keen perception of our ancestors. In the period of Kiev Rus' the honey
and wax were among the basic products of trade.
The Ukrainian researchers
have made a significant contribution to the development of beekeeping.
One of them - Petro Prokopovych (1775-1850) -
was the world's first inventor of the frame beehive. He organized a school
of beekeeping - the first in Ukraine.
Modern Ukraine is among the
world's top -10 producers of honey and other products of beekeeping. 500
thousand beekeepers collect up to 70 thousand tons of honey annually.
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