Honeybees and their relationship with farming
Apiculture for the 21st Century is the account of a symposium held to record the retirement of Professor Roger Hoopingarner from Michigan State University. As such it is a carefully constructed review of current research efforts and future possibilities.
Agriculture Handbook No. 496, United States Department of Agriculture. This publication reports research involving pesticides. It does not contain recommendations for their use, nor does it imply that the uses discussed here have been registered. All uses of pesticides must be registered by appropriate State and/or Federal agencies before they can be recommended.This reprint of the 1976 United States Department of Agriculture Handbook is welcome. While its 410 pages covers many plants not native in the UK – it will prove to be an important source for any beekeeper who is considering pollination as a source of income.