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The Practical Book of Beekeeping An Expert Step-by-Step Guide from Setting Up to Hive Management and Harvesting, with 400 Photographs

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By: David Cramp(Author)
160 pages, 400+ colour photos
Publisher: Lorenz Books
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Beekeeping must rate as one of the most interesting and satisfying hobbies. The structure and hierarchy of a beehive and the behaviour of bees is fascinating, and the end product, honey, is a fitting reward for a beekeeper's care. The Practical Book of Beekeeping gives information on the way the hive works, how to get your bees and transfer them to the hive and how to handle the bees. A useful calendar, packed with information, shows you at a glance when to inspect, maintain and repair the hive, and how to harvest the honey. It describes problems such as diseases and pests that can affect the bees, and suggests the best plants for a bee-friendly garden.

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David Cramp manages a 4,000-hive beekeeping operation in New Zealand, specializing in manuka honey production.

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By: David Cramp(Author)
160 pages, 400+ colour photos
Publisher: Lorenz Books
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