Orta DoÄŸu’nun ilk kraliÃ§e arÄ± yetiÅŸtirme istasyonu Hatta Honey, resmi olarak Ã‡arÅŸamba gÃ¼nÃ¼ baÅŸladÄ±ÄŸÄ±nÄ±. BAE hÃ¼kÃ¼meti ve iki BAE merkezli bal ve arÄ± Ã¼retim ÅŸirketi – Hatta Bal ve Al Najeh Bal ile ortak ortak ortaklÄ±k olan tesis, dÃ¼nyanÄ±n en geliÅŸmiÅŸ arÄ± ve arÄ± yetiÅŸtirme merkezlerinden oluÅŸmaktadÄ±r.
“Hatta Bal yetiÅŸtirme merkezi 800 arÄ± kovanÄ± ile ilgili ve yÄ±lda 100, 000 kraliÃ§e arÄ± yetiÅŸtirme kapasitesine sahiptir,” diyor Al Najeh Bal Ã§iftliÄŸinin sahibi Mohammed Al Najeh.
“ÃœrÃ¼n perakendeciliÄŸine baÅŸladÄ±k ve ÅŸimdi Global Village’deki ‘Kovan’ adlÄ± bir maÄŸazada mevcut,” diye ekledi Al Nahej.
Muhammed BalÃ§Ä±k RaÅŸit Al Maktoum tarafÄ±ndan hazÄ±rlananlan KapsamlÄ± Hatta KalkÄ±nma PlanÄ±’ndaki geliÅŸtirme projelerinin biri. Dubai
Hatta Honey, Kanada ve Kuzey Amerika dÄ±ÅŸÄ±nda ‘Saskatraz’ kraliÃ§e arÄ±sÄ±nÄ± yetiÅŸtiren dÃ¼nyanÄ±n ilk merkezidir. Åžu anda, ÅŸirket her yÄ±l 17 ton bal Ã¼retiyor, tamamlayÄ±cÄ± 300 ton bal Ã¼retecek.
‘Saskatraz’ arÄ±lar parlak bir altÄ±n parlaklÄ±ÄŸa sahip olsa ve Ã§ok Ã¶nemli bal Ã¼retse de; bu cinsin kraliÃ§e arÄ±sÄ± gerÃ§ekten eÅŸsizdir.
BatÄ± Kanada’daki Saskatchewan eyaletinde yaÅŸayan Saskatraz kraliÃ§e arÄ±sÄ±nÄ±n Ã¶mrÃ¼ Ã¼Ã§ ila dÃ¶rt yÄ±l arasÄ±ndadÄ±r ve Al Najeh’e gÃ¶re, dÃ¼nyadaki nazik kraliÃ§e arÄ± Ä±rklarÄ±ndan oluÅŸur.
Hatta Honey genel mÃ¼dÃ¼rÃ¼ Manea Al Kaabi, Khaleej Times’a projenin bir sÃ¼redir devam ettiÄŸini sÃ¶yledi. “Even more than 20 types of honey are being produced for a long honey production. We have received great attention for the necessity of this species.” Said.
Even the Honey queen breeding center is buzzing with the collective humming of more than a few million bees, it is not a scary sight. Bees have been adapted to the local climate and have been introduced for all facilities to keep them healthy throughout the summer. In order to convince, Al Nahej plunged his hand into a beehive and brought a few honey bees into the palm.
He said: “Look how gentle they are. They will never get stuck.”
Meanwhile, the second edition of the Even Honey Festival made Saudi Arabian, a total of 50 bee farmers and producers a sweet start from the UAE, and Oman exotic and The common honey has come together to display the various honeys.
The municipality of Dubai Municipality, Hussain Nasser Lootah, will open until 31 December with the UAE Climate Change and Ministry of Environment (MOCCAE) and Dr Thani Ahmed Alzeyoudi. yaptÄ ±. Japanese Consul General Dr. Akima Umezawa was also present in the opening ceremony.
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“The festival is a good place to meet and share information with beekeepers and photographs,” said Abdullah Al Shareef, owner of Honey and Health Saudi Arabia. Said.
The various events of the festival offer people the opportunity to learn about honey types and the ways of separation between them. Among the products offered are different honey such as Al Sidr, Al Shouka, Al Telh, Al Samr, Al Salm, Al Dhahi, Al Qatad, Al Saifi, Al Sehah, Al Barseem, Al Rabeei and Al Hamadhiyat. It is distinguished by color and odor. Some types of honey are rare, because the trees grow only a few times a year and are extracted once a year.
The various events of the festival offer people the opportunity to learn about honey types and the ways of separation between them. Among the products offered are different honey such as Al Sidr, Al Shouka, Al Telh, Al Samr, Al Salm, Al Dhahi, Al Qatad, Al Saifi, Al Sehah, Al Barseem, Al Rabeei and Al Hamadhiyat.It is distinguished by color and odor. Some types of honey are rare, because the trees grow only a few times a year and are extracted once a year.