[ UK /ˈe‍ɪpi‍əɹˌɪst/ ]
  1. a farmer who keeps bees for their honey
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How To Use apiarist In A Sentence

  • Awonderfully detailed articlefrom 2001 on bees and one chemical from this family (imidacloprid) was written by an apiarist on Prince Edward Island in Canada. Benn No Buddy to Bees
  • They act today in anticipation of tomorrow, says the author, an avid apiarist and a Columbia Business School professor. The Wisdom of Bees by Michael O'Malley – review
  • Denis van Engelsdorp, Pennsylvania State Apiarist, USA recounted such experiences in American beekeeping history. The honeybee crisis: paradoxical findings deepen the CCD mystery
  • The question is whether the apiarists should be allowed to use public land for the purpose of farming an introduced animal.
  • Apiarist is another term for a person who keeps which creatures? Times, Sunday Times
  • Like most budding apiarists, my first concern was to avoid getting stung.
  • Growers are very dependent on the skill of the apiarists, who bring along hives full of bees just at the stage when they have need of lots of pollen to feed their brood.
  • Rothberg was particularly proud about a metagenomics analysis of disappearing honey bees.33 Colony collapse disorder CCD was first reported in 2006, by an apiarist who found hundreds of hives in Florida full of honey and larvae, but deserted. The $1,000 Genome
  • Notice this reckless new breed of urban apiarist doesn't even wear a beekeeping suit, which I suppose is the equivalent of riding brakeless. Aftermath: The Calm After the Storm
  • The amateur apiarist was a member of York Beekeepers' Association and became known locally as ‘Mr B the bee man’, for selling honey from his garden gate.
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