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In Tibet, the efficiency of beekeeping industry is low, the abundant nectariferous plants and the non-polluting natural ecological environment are not fully utilized, the pollination of rapeseed and other insect-based crops is insufficient, and benefits are not brought by beekeeping. In response to these problems, Italian bees were first introduced since 2004, and combined with the special natural ecological environment of Tibet, researches on Italian bee biology, queen rearing technology, overwintering technology, and breeding management technology were carried out in high altitude areas. Through many years of effort, it has filled the gap in bee breeding technology at an altitude of about 4 000 m and provided a new pillar industry for Tibetan farmers and herdsmen to increase production and income.

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