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Care of Bees in Warré and Top Bar Hives

Handbook / Manual
By: Joe Bleasdale(Author)
112 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
Care of Bees in Warré and Top Bar Hives
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Care of Bees in Warré and Top Bar Hives is a guide for new beekeepers and for all beekeepers who have acquired the increasingly popular Warré and Top Bar Hives and anyone who wishes to stop the use of chemicals in their beekeeping. It gives practical guidance, with clear instructions, line drawings, and photographs.

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Joe Bleasdale is a retired systems engineer and has kept bees for over 30 years in the counties of Hampshire and Somerset. In retirement he has acted as a volunteer gardener for the National Trust at Stourhead but now spends his time propagating a strain of varroa-tolerant hygienic bees with fellow members of the Somerset Beekeeping Association.

Handbook / Manual
By: Joe Bleasdale(Author)
112 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
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