Eva Crane

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    Honey

    A Comprehensive Survey - HARDBACK

      Eva Crane

    Softback copy available here Bees were producing honey long before man appeared on earth. Honey was one of man's earliest foods, and has been valued throughout successive civilizations. Today its popularity is increasing as never before. Here is a lively but authoritative book written by eminent world experts covering the whole subject of honey, its plant sources, its production, marketing…

    Honey

    A Comprehensive Survey - SOFTBACK

      Eva Crane

    Hardback copy available here Bees were producing honey long before man appeared on earth. Honey was one of man's earliest foods, and has been valued throughout successive civilizations. Today its popularity is increasing as never before. Here is a lively but authoritative book written by eminent world experts covering the whole subject of honey, its plant sources, its production, marketing…

    A Book of Honey

      Eva Crane

    Upon her death in 2007, the New York Times acknowledged that Eva Crane wrote some of the most important books on bees and apiculture. A Book of Honey is one of her seminal works and must be on the shelves of anyone who is serious about understanding honey. Not only does it describe how and why bees make honey, but…

    Directory of Important World Honey Sources

      Eva Crane

      Penelope Walker

      Rosemary Day

    This book contains a vast quantity of precious data about plants and bees and it is marvellous to see it in print again and available to new generations. Best of all would be if people selecting trees become aware of this useful information and consult it to inform their choice: nowadays we need whenever possible to choose species and cultivars…

    The World History of Beekeeping and Honey Hunting

      Eva Crane

    First published in 1999, this 2011 reprint edition brings this title to many beekeepers who were unable to obtain the earlier edition. The World History is the first book to explore in detail man's use of bees from prehistoric times to the present day. It is a seminal work and will remain so as long as books are read. ​​Eva…