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  1. Adrian Waring
  2. Ross Conrad Today's beekeepers face unprecedented challenges, a fact that is front-page news with the spread in recent years of the mysterious and deadly colony collapse disorder (CCD).Numerous pests have made chemical treatment of hives standard practice, yet resistance is building, which in turn creates...
    638.122 CON | AB.064
  3. Megan Wannarka Apis mellifera, or European Honey Bee is only able to take food from250-300 plants in any given location, Grenada is no different. Thismanual is to help with plant identification, advice on planningpropagation and if the plant is a nectar, pollen, or propolis bearing. Megan Wannarka served in...
    571.8 WAN
  4. Jacob Kaal et al Proceedings of the first NECTAR seminar, held at the Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, 7 May 1990. 87 pages, illustrated, photos
    638.1 KAA
  5. Les Crowder and Heather Harrell Beekeepers continue to face tremendous challenges, from pests, diseases, pollution, climate change, and, in recent years, from the mysterious and devastating phenomenon knows as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). Yet in backyards and on rooftops all over the world, top-bar hives are being used to...
    638.1 CRO
  6. Gilbert Veuille Demons Step-by-step instructions to build your own round hive. Published under this title and also Beekeeping Simplified.
    638.142 DEM
  7. B. Clauss 77 pages, illustrated, photos 2 copies
    638.1 CLA
  8. Roger A. Morse 166 pages, illustrated, photos
    638.119 MOR
  9. 638.1 FAO FRENCH
  10. Canadian Association of Professional Apiculturists This publication has been prepared to assist beekeepers in preventing serious disease and pest-related damage to their beekeeping business. 26 pages, photos
    638.2 CAP