USING FEED ADDITIVE (COMPLEX SYMBIOTIC) IN STIMULATING FEEDING OF BEES

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science., Vol. LVI
Written by Nicolae EREMIA

Honey bees use as food nectar, honey, and pollen and bee bread. They collect nectar and pollen on flowers, that process in food-honey and bee bread. Food provides bees body with energy due to carbohydrates, proteins, enzymes, lipids, vitamins, minerals. One of the methods by which it is possible to increase growth and productivity of bee families is early stimulating nutrition. The purpose of research is to use feed additive Premix Bionorm P (symbiotic complex) in bees’ development. It was found that the optimal dose of feed additive Premix Bionorm P (symbiotic complex) is 100 mg / l sugar syrup administered in spring time to boost bee families using one liter over every 10-12 days, beginning with the first days of April until early harvest of white acacia. It was found that the use of feed additive (symbiotic complex) in the nutrition of bees’ families stimulates increasing power of families from 29.2 to 39%, queens’ prolificacy and capped juvenile with 41.9 to 50.2%. It is reasonable the stimulation of bee families in the spring when there is no natural harvest, which ensures honey increase production by 43.2%.

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Eremia N. 2013, USING FEED ADDITIVE (COMPLEX SYMBIOTIC) IN STIMULATING FEEDING OF BEES. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science., Vol. LVI, ISSN 2285-5750, 282-290.


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