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  1. Step-by-step instructions to build your own round hive. Published under this title and also Beekeeping Simplified.
  2. The objective for this publication is that you'd have a basic well-rounded understanding of beepkeeping and what it involves, a greater appreciation for bees and their role in nature, and how beneficial keeping bees can be as a livelihood.
  3. This handbook provides all the information required to start beekeeping. With a good understanding of their behaviour and by practising the methods described in this book, the bees will react in a friendly way toward you.
  4. 2003-07-01 This is a collection of articles on beekeeping with information on the basics, differenct styles of hives such as frame hives and top-bar hives, and other information on bees in the tropics. 2 Copies
  5. 2021-03-01 Stingless Beekeeping, or Meliponiculture, is the keeping of bees from the tribe Meliponini. Stingless bees comprise hundreds of species with there being a possible 89 confirmed species in Subtropical/Tropical Asia and Australia alone (Rasmussen, 2008); and, while many are able to produce honey,...
  6. 1984-08-01 Several types of hives and their construction will be described but it must always be kept in mind that availability of materials is of extreme importance. There are places where lumber is readily available at reasonable prices and, certainly, if it is termite-proof or termite-proofed it is the...
  7. 2014-10-20
  8. FAO : In nearly all countries of the world bees and their products are not only well known and have wide consumer preference, but provide sustainable livelihoods to many small-scale farmers and other rural and non-rural people. Bees offer a large potential with minimal investments. As an...
  9. 1981-12-19 Ron Angert of the Haitian Agricultural Mission is actively promoting beekeeping and making a new kind of hive called an African hive. He says he can produce it for about half the cost of a standard hive. One cost saving factor is that a starter comb is not used. The bees instead start their comb...
  10. 1982-05-19 It is possible that the water repellent just described would be especially helpful for treating wood that is to be used in constructing bee hives. But be careful if you add toxic chemicals to turn it into a water-repellent preservative.