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Injection of pidgovlі bjolin family with glucose-fructose syrup on the effectiveness of growing bjolin uterus

V. M. Nedashkivskyi, B. D. Mishchenko
Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies , Volume 23, pp 46-49; doi:10.32718/nvlvet-a9409

Abstract: On the development and productivity of bjolin queens, they infuse the methods of vivennya, dew vivification, weather conditions, and the appearance of food - bee bread and honey, or a square file and nectar. On a practical basis, the preparation of the large family of creepers with food, additional supplies of small private substitutes, one of such substitutes is glucose-fructose syrup. The purpose of this work was to study the effect of carbohydrate supplementation with glucose-fructose syrup in foster families on the number and weight of reared queens in the context of supportive honey. In the statistic, it has been infused into the adolescent bjolin family with glucose-fructose syrup on the efficiency of the growth of bjolin queen bees. The pre-session was carried out at the base of the PP “Volodymyr” with. Shershny Tivrivsky district of the Vinnytsia region. In the past year, in the year of the bdzholin family, glucose-fructose syrup was revealed, which shortens the result of the reception of larvae per vykhovannya to preserve in the previous groups by 12.5 % more portions of the control group in bjolins. The water hour revealed a decrease in vibrating mothers by 10.5 %, depending on the control group, in which case the indicator of the increase in changes was made. In the results of the last few days, it was established that the introduction of glucose-fructose syrup to the last group of glucose-fructose syrup to the last group was increased, and the increase in the intensity of the growth of the bjolin queens became freely average, to a maximum of 20.3 % for the group. Thus, the obtained data indicate the effectiveness of the effect of glucose-fructose syrup during feeding in foster families on the number and weight of reared queens.

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