Guide to Bees and Honey

Author: Ted Hooper

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781899296040

Category: Bee culture

Page: 272

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Ted Hooper's classic manual is a practical handbook for both the beginner and the experienced beekeeper. This edition includes a special preface on ways to treat and combat the Varroa mite.
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Guide to Bees & Honey

Author: Ted Hooper

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated

ISBN: N.A

Category: Science

Page: 260

View: 499

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Beginning and experienced beekeepers are furnished with information on honeybee social order and communication, beekeeping equipment, and hive management
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Beekeeping : A Compressive Guide To Bees And Beekeeping

Author: Abrol, D.P.

Publisher: Scientific Publishers

ISBN: 9386237628

Category:

Page: 896

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This book shall serve as a reference book for students, teachers, and researchers and for all those interested in bees and beekeeping. This book will be useful to all those who wish to make beekeeping their hobby or as profession, entrepreneurs and even layman. Besides, the information provided in this book will be useful to pollination biologists, students, teachers, scientists of agriculture, animal behaviour, botany, conservation, biology, ecology, entomology, environmental biology, forestry, genetics, plant breeding, horticulture, toxicology, zoology, seed growers and seed agencies. It will be highly useful to motivate the young generation to fascinating world of honeybees and adopt beekeeping as a profession. Book as a guide for their problems & evolving strategies.
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Storey's Guide to Keeping Honey Bees, 2nd Edition

Honey Production, Pollination, Health

Author: Malcolm T. Sanford,Richard E. Bonney

Publisher: Storey Publishing

ISBN: 161212979X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 288

View: 5179

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This trusted handbook is a must-have for novice and seasoned beekeepers alike. Now totally redesigned and featuring color photos and graphics, the second edition also includes up-to-date information on honey bee health. The go-to reference presents comprehensive yet accessible information on everything from planning hives and installing a colony to preventing disease and managing productive hives that will bear bountiful honey harvests year after year. This publication conforms to the EPUB Accessibility specification at WCAG 2.0 Level AA.
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The Classic Guide to Beekeeping

From Hives to Honey

Author: John Hunter

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 1445649608

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 192

View: 1948

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A comprehensive period guide to beekeeping, from hives to honey, including a small selection of recipes.
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Bee AgSkills

A Practical Guide to Farm Skills

Author: Jennifer Laffan ,Doug Somerville ,Nick Annand,John Rhodes

Publisher: NSW Agriculture

ISBN: 0731306031

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 186

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A clear, practical guide to beekeeping produced by a team of experienced apiary officers from NSW DPI. Includes how to use a bee smoker and work safely with bees, how to maintain hives, how to catch a swarm, how to remove and extract honey, how to replace a queen bee, and common health and pest problems in beehives. With step-by-step photographs, clear diagrams, and a linked glossary of terms. CONTENTS Acknowledgements Introduction Background knowledge General safety precautions Select bee site Assemble and maintain a hive Obtaining bees Light and extinguish a bee smoker Open, inspect and close a hive Move a hive Seasonal management Catch a swarm Requeen Identify flora for honey production Judging field conditions Remove honey Extract honey Legal considerations for an apiary Health problems and pests in the hive Reducing swarming behaviour Buying second-hand hives and equipment Quality assurance Industry structure and contacts Glossary What is a Safe Work Method Statement? Check your skill Publishing Credits Copyright Further reading Other Agskills books
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The Complete Guide to Beekeeping

Author: Jeremy Evans,Sheila Berrett

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Bee culture

Page: 192

View: 6899

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Beekeepers and those interested in beekeeping An introduction and guide to the complex subject of beekeeping, an ancient pastime which has seen a recent revival in interest. Whether the reader is a novice or a professional beekeeper, this book will be a valuable addition to existing literature. The book is fully comprehensive, starting with the novice and ending with the semi-expert It tells you all you need to know about taking up beekeeping on a small scale. Starting Beekeeping When and where; hives and beekeeping equipment; buying secondhand; understanding honeybees. Siting Your Bees Selecting a site; hiving your bees; feeding your bees; looking through the hive; avoiding bee stings. A Thriving Colony Adding supers; using a queen excluder; how bees forage; the honey flow; taking off honey. Wintering Down Preparing and feeding the hive for winter; mice, damp, wax moth and other enemies. The Second Year Spring cleaning; getting a second hive; oil seed rape; the 'June gap'; problems with a poor harvest. Planning Ahead Keeping the queen in charge; requeening; making a nuc. warming Why bees swarm; swarms in action; catching and hiving a swarm; drone laying queens and other problems. beekeeping; migratory hives. Honeybee Products Honey for sale; honey for show; honey recipes; making mead; wax extracting; beeswax polish and candles; propolis' and medicinal properties. Honeybee Problems Killer bees; bee pests and diseases. Bees in History Beekeeping from BC to the present century. Glossary of beekeeping terms and information packed appendices.
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Beekeeping: A Guide To The Better Understanding Of Bees Their Diseases And The Chemistry Of Beekeeping

Author: George Arthur Joseph Carter

Publisher: Daya Books

ISBN: 9788176221115

Category: Bee culture

Page: 113

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From This Book, Moreover, The Reader Will Gain, Not Only New Knowledge In Matters Pertaining To Beekeeping, Not Only Enhanced Pleasure In The Diversities Of The Craft, But An Altogether Better Understanding Of The Fundamentals Underlaying The Proper Handling Of Bees And Honey. Contents Chapter 1: The Significance Of The Honey Bee; Chapter 2: The Modern Hive And Appliances, Manipulation, Site And Situation; Chapter 3: The Nector Flow, Pollen And Nectar Plants, Bee Flowers Of England, Pollen Flowers, How Bees Gather Pollen, Nectar-Secreting Plants, Heather Honey, Fruit Honey, Chapter 4: Wintering; Winter, Spring And Summer Management, Chapter 5: Harvesting, Removing Supers, Uncapping, Extractors And Extracting, Avoiding Trouble; Chapter 6: Variety Of Topics, Queen Introduction, Renewal Of Combs, Top Entrances, The Emergency Feeding Of Bees, Moving Bees With Open Entrances, Plastic Hives; Chapter 7: The Diseases Of Bees, Diseases And Pests Of The Perfect Insect (Adult Bee), Acarine, Nosema, Amoeba, Bee Paralysis Or May Pest, The Bee Louse, Wax Moth; Chapter 8: Diseases Of The Brood, Other Troubles, American (Malignant) Found Brood, European Foul Brood, Method Of Destruction, Sources Of Infection, Sac Brood, Addled Brood, Chalk Brood, Dysentery, Starvation, Chilled Brood, Dead Drone Brood, Spray Poisoning Of The Honey Bee; Chapter 9: Propolis Wax, Wax Extraction, Cappings Cleaner; Chapter 10: Photosynthesis Nectar And Honey, Nectar, How Nectar Is Carried To The Hive, Inversion, Analysis Of Honey, Solubilities And Sweetness, Glucose, Fructose, Sucrose, Dextrin, Proteins, Wax, Plant Acids, Salts, Undetermined Residues, Vitamins, Effect Of Ultra-Violet Light On Honey, Viscosity Of Honey, Thixotropy, Density, Water In Honey, Granulation Of Honey, Frosting, Heating And Clarification Of Honey, Adulteration, Acidity, Poisonous Nectar, Poisonous Honey; Chapter 11: Fermentation Enzymes, Fermentation Of Honey, Enzymes And Ferments, Fermented Honey, Cause Of Fermentation, How To Avoid Fermentation, What To Do With Fermented Honey, Notes On Storage Of Honey, Sugar For Bees, Unblued Sugar, Honeydew; Chapter 12: Chemicals And Beekeeping, Naphthalene, Naphthol-Beta, Thymol, Petrol, Ligroin, Nitrobenzene, Safrol, Inversion Of Syrup, Disinfectants, Common Salt And Drinking Water, Chemicals For Nosema Apis, Bee-Venom, Preservation Of Hives; Chapter 13: Fruit Sprays And Bees, Lead Arsenate, Sprays Other Than Arsenates, Removal Of Hives, Fruit-Tree Spraying And Equipment, Knapsack Sprayer, Bucket Pump, Combined Lance And Double-Acting Pump, General Hints, Pests Controlled; Chapter 14: The Mind Of The Bee.
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Love Bees

A family guide to help keep bees buzzing - With games, stickers and more

Author: Vanessa Amaral-Rogers

Publisher: Leaping Hare Press

ISBN: 1782406646

Category: Nature

Page: 48

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"Full of fascinating facts and practical projects, it's the perfect guide to inspire nature-lovers of all ages to love bees." - Craig Bennett, Chief Executive, Friends of the Earth "Without bees our world would be dull and our diet mundane, virtually no flowers or fruit for starters. Love Bees introduces why bees matter and how we can all help them survive in the modern world of many pitfalls perpetrated by Homo sapiens. A great read with content for all the family." - BugLife Bees need our love and attention! Bee colonies are fast declining and our buzzing buddies need our help urgently if they are to recover and thrive. In Love Bees: A Family Guide to Keep Bees Buzzing, Vanessa Amaral-Rogers focuses on how we can help our nectar-collecting buddies flourish—and why these important insects are so awesome—through a whole swarm of engaging facts and fun activities. Teach your kids that conservation is cool–and what the awesome rules are to become a bee’s BFF (Best Friend Forever). Find out together how to make a bee hotel or B-line nectar corridor, and play the Waggle Dance board game. Add exciting lessons in natural history and gardening from planting pollinator-friendly flowers to the basics of urban beekeeping—this is a call to action with a positively sunny outlook.
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