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Bee Keeping for Beginners

Bee Keeping for Beginners

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By: I. H. Jackson, M.A.

"Remember that, although you will always find bee-keepers ready to help each other, it is everyone’s duty to give as well as to receive help." Our society’s interaction with bees dates back thousands of years, beginning with native cultures collecting honey from the wild insects as a part of their sustenance. Since then, our desire to domesticate these creatures has had man searching for ways to better understand the art of the apiarist. Bee-Keeping for Beginners is a thorough how-to book on bee-keeping that keeps the art accessible to every person interested in pursuing it as a hobby or a vocation. With easy to read prose, helpful hints and illustrations throughout the book, I.H. Jackson eases his readers into their understanding of all facets of bees and bee-keeping. Thorough explanations of the bee colony, bee anatomy, hives and other bee-keeping accoutrement, honey collection and wintering give us a complete view into the early 20th century knowledge of bee-keeping. Originally published in 1924 by Blackie & Sons Ltd.

  • ISBN-13: 9781598381726

  • Page Count: 132

  • Book Height: 8 x Width: 0.3125 x Length: 5 inches

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