Swarm Control

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    Essence and Mechanism of Nest Abandonment by Honeybee Swarms

      Zbigniew Lipiński

    This hardback book is a new updated edition of the work which was awarded a Gold Medal at the XXXVII Apimondia Congress, Durban 2001. It reviews in great detail the factors responsible for swarming, nest abandonment and related phenomena. This volume is very well researched and listed in its 312 pages over 50 pages of references. Not really suitable for the…

    Comb Management

      Wally Shaw

    In a sense the combs in a honey bee nest are an extension of the bees that made them and it is really the bees and combs together that constitute the colony. In fact, the average honey bee worker spends 95% of her life on the combs in the hive. The combs are built to be multi-purpose in the sense…

    Honey-bee Swarms

      Ron Brown

    This small pamphlet tells you all you need to know. This booklet covers all aspects of dealing with swarms. Factors contributing to their emergence, steps to minimise swarming, the various use of swarms, and various artificial techniques to create them.

    Swarm Essentials

      Stephen J. Repasky

      Lawrence J. Connor

    "Stephen Repasky and Lawrence Connor present a guided tour of what we humans have learned so far about the biology of swarming by honey bee colonies. Given the wonders and mysteries of honey bee swarms it will be extremely useful to all keen beekeepers." Thomas Seeley, Cornell University.​​"Swarm Essentials is THE complete book on the topic that has, and continues…