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The Extension knowledge needs for Honey beekeepers in Salah al-Din province and its relation to some factors
الاحتياجات الارشادية المعرفية لمربي نحل العسل في محافظة صلاح الدين وعلاقتها ببعض العوامل

Authors: Ahmed Saker Abdulla احمد صكر عبدالله --- Sahab Ayid Yosif سحاب عايد يوسف
Journal: Tikrit Journal for Agricultural Sciences مجلة تكريت للعلوم الزراعية ISSN: 18131646 Year: 2014 Volume: 14 Issue: 1 Pages: 98-108
Publisher: Tikrit University جامعة تكريت


This research aims basically at determining Extension knowledge needs of beekeepers in Salah al-Din province. The knowledge needs of honey-bee keepers was determined in all fields including: Establishing apiary, swarm members, managinghives, honey stealing among hives, splitting, false mothers, peptides, enemies of bees, bee diseases and honey marketing). The relationship was determined betweenthe guide way cognitive needs of honey-bee keepers andthe following factors:educational level, number of years in keeping honey-bees, annual income, participation in income, annual ratio of product, hive field environment, number of hives, possessing of hives, purpose of keeping, participating in training courses,sources of knowledge and the desirefor newness).Then determining therelationship among honey-bee keepers and all the possibilities of the studied factors. After that determining the problems and difficulties facing honey-bee keepers in Salah al-Din.Results of research showed that %80 of the respondents are of a moderate tending to high need and the field of false mothers came at first rank at Weighted average of (2.2) while the field of honey stealing came last with a weighted average of (1.24). The research showed also a positive cognition correlation among level agricultural extension needs and the following factors: (educational level, number of years in keeping honey-bees, annual income, participation in income, annual ratio of product, possessing of hives, purpose of keeping bees, participating in training courses, sources of knowledge, the desire for newness). results also showed that the problem of enemies of honey-bees occupied the first rank among the problems facing the keepers while the problem of low temperature came last.The researcher concluded that the extension knowledge needs of beekeepers high pan beekeeping are asand the need for guidance In the light of the results and conclusions, the researcher recommends the following: Salah al-Din Center for Agricultural Guidance and Training should hold training courses run by honey-bee keeping specialists for as many as possible of the honey-bee keepers, Founding research centers with developed laboratories to develop bees kinds and improve the product of honey by scientific and healthy ways.

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