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Heather Honey An Anthology of Works

By: Ian Copinger(Editor), Francis Sitwell(Contributor), Brother Adam(Contributor), Colin Weightman(Contributor), William Hamilton(Contributor), Peter Schollick(Contributor)
123 pages, b/w illustrations
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Heather Honey is the Queen of all honeys. To gain a good crop it is important to manage your stocks during the mid season in order that they are at their strongest in August. This anthology brings together writings from all the past great heather bee masters – Francis Sitwell, Brother Adam, Colin Weightman & William Hamilton together with a contribution from one of the most successful current competitors – Peter Schollick.

This important compendium has resulted from the enthusiasm and hard work of Ian Copinger, the compiler.

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By: Ian Copinger(Editor), Francis Sitwell(Contributor), Brother Adam(Contributor), Colin Weightman(Contributor), William Hamilton(Contributor), Peter Schollick(Contributor)
123 pages, b/w illustrations
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