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Beekeeping Without Borders Apiculture in Italy and France at the Dawn of the European Union

By: Malcolm T Sanford(Author)
104 pages, b/w illustrations
Beekeeping Without Borders
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  • Beekeeping Without Borders ISBN: 9781904846123 Paperback Mar 2017 Usually dispatched within 4 days
Price: £17.50
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Management methods and beekeeping technique are featured in Beekeeping Without Borders, emphasizing those in Italy and France as the European Union was forming. The content focuses on the development of apiculture in both the New and Old World, reflecting on similarities and differences, and based on the principle that "all beekeeping is local". It features conversations with unique personalities, as well as reports of various scientific and beekeepers' meetings. Descriptions of visits to research laboratories and distinctive European beekeeping settings round out this unique contribution to the apicultural literature.


Foreword 11
Introduction 15

1. Initial Observations On Italy 21
2. Honey-Le Italiane Lo Fanno Meglio 29
3. Beekeeping Associations And Research 31
4. On Remembrances 37

1. Beekeeping And Adapi 41
2. Two Special French Honey Plants: Acacia And Lavender 44
3. Letters From France 49

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By: Malcolm T Sanford(Author)
104 pages, b/w illustrations
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