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Mr. Durney and Mr. Rallo plan to open next month in Urby, a huge rental complex with amenities geared toward the food-obsessed: an apiary, a farm and even the occasional fermentation workshop.
Boersen said bears from apiaries in the northwest part of the state are regularly relocated successfully in the northeast, where there are fewer hives and people.
Julie Meer says the Farm 779 booth will be fully stocked with Alaska vegetable blends and krauts, coconut kefirs, kombucha tea and body products crafted from the farm's apiary.
But the rooftop apiary on the 140-acre campus is part of an experiment by the utility to see whether bees can thrive in such an unconventional setting.
John Russo, the beekeeper, manages both this enormous set of hives and the private apiary of owner John Pritzker.
Signs must indicate that an apiary is being kept on the property, according to the ordinance.
By then, all the bees had gathered in the box with the honeycomb, so Gehlsen could seal it and take it back to the apiary on his 97-acre farm, Evergreen Acres in Nokesville.
Besides the sites in Minnesota, Bolton Bees is in talks to have apiaries at solar sites in Wisconsin, Iowa, and Illinois.
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Beekeeping, or apiculture, is the care of honeybees that ensures that they produce more honey than they can use. An apiary usually consists of many separate beehives. The social life of a hive is strange and marvelous. The queen bee, who will become the mother of an entire colony, is actually created by being fed "royal jelly" while she is still only a larva. The tens of thousands of worker bees are underdeveloped females; only a handful of the bees are male, and they do no work at all. The workers defend the hive by kamikaze means, stinging any intruder and dying as they do so. There's more drama in a quiet-looking apiary than the casual observer might notice.
Origin and Etymology of apiary
First Known Use: 1654See Words from the same year
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