1. 19-01-1977 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
  2. 01-01-2005 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...
  3. 01-01-1982 77 pages, illustrated, photos 2 copies
  4. This book is the author's journey with bees, from his grandfather giving him a hive of bees to his understanding of how bees make honey, how men "harvest" it from the hives, and why bees are so intriguing and valuable.
  5. This volume contains authentic information on all aspects of keepeeping in a consise and popular style. It is intended to serve as a handy reference and guide-book for students of agriculture, extension workers and all those who are interested in beekeeping either as a hobby or as a profession.
  6. 07-05-1990 Proceedings of the first NECTAR seminar, held at the Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, 7 May 1990. 87 pages, illustrated, photos
  7. A study guide prepared as part of an educational television series in beginning beekeeping, entitled: Bees and honey.
  8. This edition contains a glossary which gives the definition of common beekeeping terms. It is hoped this reference will aid the beginning beekeeper in understanding the more technical portions of his work.
  9. 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.
  10. This document explains how to encourage and protect the important relationship between bees and trees, and the benefits of doing so.