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  • Title: Beekeeping: A Practical Guide
  • Author: Richard E. Bonney
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Whether you re a beginning beekeeper or one with a season or two of experience, Richard Bonney tells you how to keep bees successfully With this practical guide, you ll learn every step of the process, from acquiring bees to installing a colony, managing a hive, preventing and treating diseases, and taking a crop of honey.
    Beekeeping A Practical Guide Whether you re a beginning beekeeper or one with a season or two of experience Richard Bonney tells you how to keep bees successfully With this practical guide you ll learn every step of the process

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    1. If you are planning to be a beekeeper you should read this book This is not just a book, but a manual for successful beekeeping.One warning This book will not help you with the latest diseases that have been destroying bee colonies in the last 10 years Although, I am sure that if you are planning to become a beekeeper, you already know that you will always have to keep up with journals and publications released by universities that study apiculture in order to know how to medicate your hives and [...]

    2. One of the standards for beginning beekeepers Published in 1993, the book lacks the latest information on diseases, but since beekeeping has remained mostly the same since the 1850 s, theres plenty of valuable information here WHY I READ THIS BOOK It was recommended by a few old head beekeepers I had bounced around in it as one of my research aides, but I kept getting drawn in and ended up reading it from beginning to end, in order to appreciate the annual cycle of bees.

    3. Well I have gone from that is something I am interested in to that s something I would like to do someday to I can t wait to get started with bee keeping This book was very informative and lots of fascinating bee info even if you don t plan on keeping them someday but beware though, after reading it you just may go to I can t wait to get started with keeping bees like I did.

    4. Beekeeping is something I ve had an interest in for many years, although I ve never had the space to consider it This book was a good introduction to the topic and it let me know that even though I m about to move to 1 acre, I ll still probably need to hold off until I have even property Lots of good photos, and the author seems to offer lots of great tips for newbies I ll be back

    5. Blech Sure it had the basics, but this guy is so negative, I don t think he actually wants anyone else to keep bees.

    6. Informative and overall seems a good overview Could use illustrative pictures or diagrams to truly help the neophyte.

    7. I talked to a man who had a beehive, and I realized I knew nothing about honey bees, so I bought this book Very informative for someone who knows nothing I enjoyed it

    8. This was a good book for explaining to the ignorant me without seeming like it was dumbing down everything Very readable quick read, 1 2 hours.

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