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Natural Bee Husbandry, Issue 7 - May 2018

The International Journal for Bee-Centred Beekeeping By

This magazine will be of special interest to beekeepers who for have for many reasons moved away from keeping their colonies in conventional ways, or who prefer their bees to be kept in hives more suited to the bees’ needs rather than for the beekeeper’s ease of management. Such beekeepers allow the bees to live their lives with minimal interference. The bees build comb freely and swarm and reproduce with queens raised naturally rather than being propagated by the beekeeper via emergency queens. These beekeepers also refrain from using chemicals for the control of pests and diseases and strive to create an environment in their apiaries and gardens which will give the bees at least some year-round forage.

Natural Bee Husbandry, Issue 7 - May 2018

The International Journal for Bee-Centred Beekeeping

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Publisher

Northern Bee Books

Year

2018

Edition

7

Binding

Paperback

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