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  1. Over 1,300 pages. The Hive and the Honey Bee (1992) is the definitive text for anyone involved with bees, from keeping bees to simply finding out more about them. The most recent edition of this classic (1992), a wonderful hardcover book with attractive gold-stamped cover and spine, has been...
  2. Bees pollinate a wide range of flowers and plants and, by so doing, provide the seed for the next harvest. This booklet aims to raise awareness and provide information about oppontunities at the farm and local community level to increase small-scale farmer income.
  3. A study guide prepared as part of an educational television series in beginning beekeeping, entitled: Bees and honey.
  4. In Guide to Bees and Honey, Hooper's aim has been to replace the mystique and legend of an ancient craft with a practical approach, using the results of modern research techniques, and writing with enthusiasm and clarity.
  5. 2013-09-10 Sweeten your table with 84 recipes inspired by honeybees, the food they pollinate, and the golden sweetener they produce. Highlighting a different honey variety each month, beekeeper and chef Laurey Masterton offers honey-tasting tips and vibrant recipes that deliver amazing dishes, both savory...
  6. 1977-01-19 This book describes in detail how to -Start Keeping bees (with step-by-step photos and drawings) -Why and How to Subtitute Honey for Sugar -150 Delicious Home-Teste Recipes
  7. Welcome to the Honey Bee Research Centre's online beekeeping video series! Our goal was to provide new and advanced beekeepers with demonstrations by our staff on a variety of topics ranging from how to open a hive to queen rearing.
  8. The Kenyan Top Bar Hive isn’t mobile. So, this hive is of little interest to commercial beekeepers renting out their bees for pollination. But, the KTBH is an extremely popular design among commercial beekeepers exclusively engaged in honey production as well as with amateur beekeepers interested...
  9. 1993-03-19 New Zealand bee scientist, Dr. Peter Molan, says that “honey is used in many countries in the treatment of burns, blisters, bed sores and major wounds. Honey has long been used as a wound dressing and is probably the perfect substance for such a use. Not only is it antibiotic (killing almost all...
  10. Access Agriculture Training Video Traditionally, honey was sold in the comb, but nowadays most consumers prefer honey that is extracted from the comb. This processed honey is clean and ready to use, and can be stored over a longer period of time. To ensure that honey keeps its quality, you have...