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On the Keeping of Bees

Handbook / Manual
By: John M Whitaker(Author)
228 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
On the Keeping of Bees
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  • On the Keeping of Bees ISBN: 9781912271481 Paperback Jul 2019 In stock
    £19.95
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About this book

Beekeeping is the most fascinating and absorbing of pastimes. This book developed from the course that the author has presented to new beekeepers at his local association in Yorkshire for several years. One of the joys of beekeeping is the diversity of approach and this is to be celebrated. But there are two fundamental premises that govern my beekeeping and underpin the ethos behind the book. The author believes that a sound knowledge of the natural history of honeybees is essential to being a good beekeeper and the first priority of the beekeeper is to keep the bees healthy. A colony of healthy bees will produce honey whether you want it or not.

The book gives a complete guide for the beginner and is sufficiently detailed to help prepare a new beekeeper to the level required by the BBKA basic assessment.

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Handbook / Manual
By: John M Whitaker(Author)
228 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
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