Secas melliferous district
November 26, 2019/Beekeeping areas
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Secas melliferous district

Due to the geographical location of Vizma village in Secas district, both, the diversified relief (low and medium hills), as well as the climate of the area, make it an area of ​​interest in the growth and breeding of bees.

The climate is temperate continental, with weak Mediterranean influences, having as a specific feature, double annual periodicity of precipitation, winters are generally milder and summers not too hot and dry, offering conditions conducive to whitening.

The vegetation of the Secas area offers a wide range of flowers and plants, necessary for the feeding of bees. It consists of forests, stepped secondary grasslands, meadow vegetation, trees, and agricultural crops.

In the forests you will find acacia and lime tree, on the hills and grasslands we find shrubs and trees, the characteristics being the pigeon, the swamp, the cane, the mace, and the tree. In the fanatics and on the meadows grow medicinal plants such as chamomile, the tail of the mouse, the ringworm, the papad, the milk, the mint, and the shock.

In almost all the localities of Secas commune, linden trees and fruit trees are planted. The cultivated plants are the usual ones: cereals, legumes, vegetables, and fodder plants.

Secas melliferous district

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