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I present the PermaMeliponicultura and the Oscar Perone hive

 
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 7:27 pm    Post subject: I present the PermaMeliponicultura and the Oscar Perone hive Reply with quote

I am pleased to present the PermaMeliponiculture, a technique that I have developed to work with meliponas and trigonas, applying to Meliponiculture, the concepts and philosophy of PermApicultura.

I present in this video the hive Oscar Perone, special to make PermaMeliponicultura, that allows to harvest and commercialize the honey of meliponas and trigonas, WITHOUT TOUCHING FOR NOTHING.

I am available for free to change ideas or information about PermaMeliponicultura.

https://youtu.be/ygcGKSVk4ks

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