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Publisher: Dadant & Sons
Joe Graham, J. Ambrose, L. Langstroth
This is a complete textbook on beekeeping. Thirty-three expert authors have written 27 chapters on honey bees & beekeeping. Topics include: world's beekeepping & history; different races of honey bees; colony life history; anatomy & physiology; nutrition; genetics & breeding; activities & behavior; pheromones; production of nectar; honey plants; equipment; management; honey & wax processing; business practices; marketing; overwintering colonies; beeswax; honey, pollen, bee venom, royal jelly & propolis; package bee & queen production; crop pollination; bee diseases, pesticides; & allergy to bee stings.Joe Graham is the author of 'The Hive and the Honey Bee' with ISBN 9780915698097 and ISBN 0915698099.
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