mellific

mel·lif·er·ous

 (mə-lĭf′ər-əs) also mel·lif·ic (-lĭf′ĭk)
adj.
Yielding or having to do with honey: melliferous plants.

[From Latin mellifer : mel, mell-, honey; see melit- in Indo-European roots + -fer, -fer.]
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Perhaps this explains why one may haply see a senile heresiologist, urceolate Nita, veer as a swallow amid celestial lives, mellific Ida, eleemosynary tramps and all of their etymological ilk in these palindroverses.
94 hectares of forest around the apiaries performing management practices aimed at maintaining biodiversity by favoring honey species potentiate the species established in the vegetation , maintaining species in areas of use , the collection and seed dispersal mellific interest and eliminate competition from other pioneer plants scattered besides planting plant species of interest .
To do this, mount management practices shall be conducted at potentiate species are established within the vegetation , maintaining species in areas of use , the collection and dispersal of seeds mellific interest and eliminate competition from other species dispersed pioneer plants besides sowing plants of interest .
56 hectares of forest through management practices mainly honey species to facilitate their development and abundance of nectar production and other useful tools for the Apis mellifera, for activities such as arise: Potentiate the species established in the vegetation, maintaining species harvesting areas, dispersing seeds mellific interest, eliminating competition from other pioneer plants dispersed species and planting plants.
Mainly species of interest in beekeeping will be favored by tasks such as potentiate established species within the vegetation, maintaining species in areas of use, collect and disperse seeds mellific interest and reduce the chance of competition from other pioneer plants species, ensuring a scenario best honey plants, generating a greater capacity to supply inputs to the Apis mellifera by vegetation Ejido, which will affect improve honey production in quality and quantity.