A Preliminary Study on the Cultivation of Bees under the Forest

  • Kai Huang
Keywords: Forest Economy, Bee Farming, Industrial Technical Efficiency, Honey Baume

Abstract

With the in-depth development of the concept of sustainable development, exploring the development
model of undergrowth economy has become one of the innovative models of economic development in many
regions. The purpose of this paper is to make an objective evaluation of the benefit and value of under forest bee
cultivation, and to put forward practical Suggestions and countermeasures for the development of under forest
bee cultivation, in the hope of enriching the relevant research. In terms of research methods, this paper firstly
conducted field research on sub-regional projects of undergrowth economy to collect more data, so as to
determine more reasonable influencing factors of undergrowth economic development. The second is to carry
out research at the micro and macro level to explore the path to adapt to the development of the national
understory economy. On the basis of referring to some scholars' measurement methods of industrial technical
efficiency, this paper USES the questionnaire data of farmers' fixed observation points in the main producing
provinces of bee industry in China to calculate and analyze the production technical efficiency of bee industry in
China, and further studies its influencing factors and differences in different regions. The results of this paper
show that the cultivation of honeybee has created a high economic value and social benefits. Under the forest
beekeeping honey quickly, the honey baume degree as high as 43 baume degree or so, far more than the box
more bees less effect; The pollination value of bees under the forest is 138 times of that of bee products, and all
kinds of fruits and melons have a great dependence on the pollination of bees under the forest, especially the
modern ecological agroforestry production has close to 100% dependence on the pollination of bees under the
forest.

Published
2020-03-01