A lot of hard work and beekeeping is done for children from Marmaris to Kahramanmaraş, from Finike to An, Kars and Bingöl. Although we all dream of the admired ones, urban beekeeping is carried out with great success in Istanbul. At the same time, Istanbul has an important potential with its plant diversity and location. In Beykoz, which is shown with its greenery and natural agriculture in Istanbul, in the Riva Honey Forest under the control of the Ministry of Agriculture, the honey that is cared for reaches our tables from nature to the hive. In addition, the honeys from the puree flower, special to Beykoz, are the most preferred honeys for the tables by the special citrus producers.
There are those who continue their captainship profession and those who deal with these professions to relieve stress. weekend to purify, visit Beykoz Riva, one of the chances of urban forestry in Istanbul. There are about 2,000 hives here. Consider meeting with Adem Özkan Yalçın, Cemal Sarı, Osman Fikret Orman and Ali Mercan, who had a wonderful mother to help the Istanbul Beykoz Riva Honey Forest last week.
I AM THE FIRST FAMILY BEING
It ends with the use of Ali Mercan, who joins us after Osman Fik’s farm. After taking a breather at his wife’s table, we start chatting with Mercan. Mercan is 69 years old. He started to work as a designer after such general design. Mercan, who has been a beekeeper for nearly 20 years, can say that she can actually be a beekeeper to evaluate her time and she is very pleased. “I have no complaints. We are eating the bee’s bread,” he says. Mercan, who says that the hardest job of a person comes to him, says that he likes his job and it is difficult. Saying, “I am the first in beekeeping in the family,” Mercan will state that young people who are very suitable for beekeeping and what they will practice. Expressing that he does a very difficult job, Mercan says that young people no longer prefer bee stings, milking is difficult, I always think of a discussion with nature. Expressing that they produce and consume chestnut honey in the Honey Forest, Mercan aims to progress within itself. Mercan, which shows that the beekeeping season will continue until the island in April, will look forward to your arrival from April to November. From November to March, the hive heater is preparing to complete the deficiencies of the repair materials.
FROM CAPTAIN TO HONEY PRODUCTION
- Adem Özkan Yalçın’s honey farm with 70 hives, our first Beekeepers Union station. Yalçın graduated from Istanbul Technical University, Department of Deck. Yalçın, who has been a ship captain for about 15 years, said, “I have been in touch with nature since my childhood. When I was little, I was helping my grandfather and father’s hives. I chose beekeeping both for the love of being with nature and for the profession of my grandfather. Returning to the grandfather profession” tells the story of starting the scoring fish. Yalçın, who currently produces honey with 70 beekeeping, keeps his grandfather profession alive.
- He states that he owns as many as 400 bees and is the biggest owner in Istanbul. Saying, “It cannot produce our livelihood,” Yalçın says that he later sells the honey they produce in Beykoz to both wholesalers and retailers. He says that he can tell about Yalçıns, which is produced by more than consumers in retail, and the collectors about the honey they produce in excess.
PUREN HONEY GROWN ONLY IN BEYKOZ
It tells how the honey made in the Riva Honey Forest is. In the Black Sea region, together with chestnut flower, rhododendron flower oil. Then that honey becomes very complex and bitter. Rhododendron’s “due to Rhododendron”, that is, a substance called komar causes low blood pressure. But there is no rhododendron plant in our forest, which we call Rhododendron.” Yalçın, who expressed that he prefers the design of some Rhododendron plants in Beykoz, Şile and Yalova because the design is purely pure, says that chestnut honey in Beykoz Forest and puree that grows in Beykoz are special heather honey, and that’s why Beykoz. You contribute to the fact that you are a preferred place.
ISTANBUL IS A VERY GOOD HONEY CREAM
“Is there beekeeping in Istanbul?” He answers our question “yes” and Istanbul was very rich both as a forest and as an endemic plant. Istanbul is a very good honey cream.” When selling honey, your basic question is “Where’s the honey?” express her first purchase as “Riva’s ball”, to the answer, “Is there any honey in Istanbul?” They show that they are shaped. Stating that they often encounter this problem, Yalçın says that there are two thousand Mahal beekeepers and over 15 thousand Mahal hives in Istanbul. He emphasizes that in terms of honey yield, Istanbul is higher than most of Anatolia’s cars. It is listed as “Beekeeping is animal husbandry that says Y is animal husbandry, a beekeeper is also indispensable”, “Your chance of knowledge is high, you have knowledge of nature and your plant”.
I RELEASE ALL MY STRESS WITH BEekeeping
Adem Yalçın’s apartment will go to Cemal Sarı’s honey farm where 50 hives are located. Sarı has been involved with the beekeeping profession for 10 years. It starts from telling the story of “starting this business after public education”. Sarı, who is a beekeeper with his son, also says that his former grandfather’s own houses were engaged in assertiveness and in fact he has been a beekeeper since then. Saying “Beekeeping relieves all my nervous stress”, Sarı states that he is very happy about it. “Beekeeping in Istanbul or beekeeping in the village?” Our question was, “Sometimes it is short and sometimes short in the village. So it means one. It can also produce from products to market. But here we have the power to sell our honey immediately. That road is Istanbul, of course.” He says that they produce pure and chestnut honeys as well as Persian honey in the honey forest. Yellow also means retail sales. He explains that the bee warmer is a difficult job to take care of a child. It is said that bees are caught in the face of Sarı, “there are a wide variety of diseases in it. For example, body abnormalities such as wing and shortness in small, and shortness in small and small in small and simple vehicles research Varroa, or bee studies in small scales, a small-scale disease Varroa, or in the latter small and comprehensive vehicles varroa or it is our own target according to its extremely small size” and finally mentions people with very pin-striped disease, and lastly? contributes to renewing the youth.
I OBTAIN MY HEALTH TO THE BEES
- After proceeding a little slowly from Cemal Sarı’s honey farm, he will go to Osman Fikret Orman’s farm, which has 150 found this time. Orman, 80 years old and devoted to the profession of beekeeping for 30 years. Orman to get information about the practice of their house in Giresun village before. Bee tells them to express what they have, “I don’t spend my free time sitting in coffee corners. I am 80 years old, very good health. I also benefit from healthy uses”. Forest in what may be on the honey farm to make his bond with the timing school. “There is clean air, clean water here. We sleep with the bees,” he says. He says that the most important feature of the products grown in Beykoz Riva Honey Forest, which distinguishes it from other honeys, is that it is grown and grown.