Karnik is not afraid of any weather.
Due to this, Karnik is popular in Siberia.
Some characteristic features of Karnik bees distinguish them from their relatives:.
Initially, Karnik as a breed of bee was called a little differently- Krainski.
Karnik refers to the gray bee,
the main color of her body is dark gray.
Karnik has authored/edited a large number of publications,
and lectures occasionally at major national institutes.
Another feature of the beekeeper Karnik- they quietly and without much war replace each other.
whose performance characteristics are very good, the best results are shown on early bribes.
One of the most important characteristics is that the Karnik bees are very calm and peaceful individuals.
Prior to joining NASSCOM, Mr. Karnik was the Managing Director at Discovery Networks in India from 1995-
In 1998, Mr. Karnik was awarded the Frank Malina medal for Space Education by
the International Astronautical Federation.
Such productivity is due to the fact that the Karnik Bee breed is popular in keeping in the country.
In Russia and other countries,
the distribution of these bees went only when the prices for Karnik pchelopakety dropped significantly.
Mr Karnik has worked in the United Nations in New York
and Vienna as Special Assistant to the Secretary-General of UNISPACE 82.
In most cases, young beekeepers of the Karnik breed appear spontaneously,
but sometimes the beekeeper can push families into this process through their actions:.
Mr. Karnik has worked briefly with the United Nations in New York
and Vienna, serving as Special Assistant to the Secretary-General of UNISPACE 82.
The breed of Karnik bees, the reviews about which are not bad,
to such a disease as calcareous offspring, as already mentioned, unfortunately, is not very stable.
Bees of the Karnik variety are replaced after the family gains
strength in the spring- this is the best time to prevent swarming and conduct this type of work.
Karnik along with his team, convinced 300 women from a nearby
village to help them rebuild the airstrip destroyed by bombings so that flight carrying Indian soldiers could land safely.
The film is based on Indo-Pak war of 1971, where Indian Air Force(IAF)
squadron leader Vijay Karnik and his team with the help of local three hundred women
reconstructed the IAF airbase.
It was Karnik and his team, with the help of the local women,
who reconstructed the destroyed Indian Air Force airstrip at Bhuj in Gujarat, in what could be termed as India's‘Pearl Harbour‘ moment.
Remembering the incident, Squadron Leader Vijay Karnik says,“We were fighting a war
and if there had been any casualties of any of these women, it would have been a great loss to the war effort.
Karnik bees have another feature of life in the hive-
they lay brood and honey on all of the frames in a row, because of which they very quickly fill all the frames and even the store.