1. Edible Portion:Leaves, Caution, Honey, Seeds A high shrub or small tree. It is deciduous and has a thin crown. It is up to 5-8 m high. It has milky sap. The leaves have 3-5lobes. They are 6 cm long by 15 cm wide. Flowers are separately male and female on the same plant. They are small and...
  2. Edible Portion: Honey, Fruit A tall tree. It grows 40-60 m high. Large trees have big buttresses. The bark is grey with cracks along it. The crown is large andround. The leaves are compound with an even number of leaflets along the stalk. The leaves are bunched towards the ends ofthe branches....
  3. In this publication will be found examples of sensible endeavour from modest beginnings, backed by research, training, long-range perspectives, consistent application, and practical incentives to producers rather than mere exhortations. These examples may be found among others, in Belize, Kenya,...
  4. 01 មករា 2006 This booklet explore beekeeping and forest management in Zambia. Included is information on marketing honey. 65 pages, illustrations
  5. This 8-page fold-out leaflet, practical for use in the field and easy to read, covers the subject of bee-keeping and honey processing. It gives some background to the subject, outlines processes and provides tips, tables and explanatory line drawings.
  6. Access Agriculture Training Video In traditional hives, the bees make their own wax combs that are often attached to each other, so harvesting the honey is difficult. Honey can be extracted only two or three times a year from a traditional beehive. A modern beehive produces double to triple the...
  7. 01 កញ្ញា 1984 Next to food, firewood is the most scarce item in developing countries. More than one third of the world is dependent upon firewood to supply their energy needs and ninety percent of the people in the poorest countries depend upon it as their chief source of fuel. What better way is there to...
  8. 01 មករា 1982 This handbook provides the information required to start beekeeping. 2 copies
  9. 01 មករា 2005 Written as a companion to Beekeeping in the tropics (Agrodok 32), this booklet stresses the need for bee products to be free of impurities and additives. It covers quality-control and regulation issues in relation to a wide variety of products, including honey, pollen, bee bread, royal jelly and...
  10. 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...