Futher Reading

Crane, E. (1990). "Bees and Beekeeping: Science, Practice and World

Resources," Chap. 14. Heinemann Newnes, Oxford, U.K. Crane, E. (1999). "The World History of Beekeeping and Honey Hunting,"

Chap. 51. Duckworth, London. Ghisalberti, E. L. (1979). Propolis: A review. Bee Word60, 59-84. Hocking, B., and Matsumura, F. (1960). Bee brood as food. Bee World 41, 113-120.

Riches, H. R. C. (2000). "Medical Aspects of Beekeeping." HR Books, Northwood, U.K.

Stanley, R. G., and Linskens, H. F. (1974). "Pollen: Biology, Biochemistry, Management." Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

How To Become A Bee Keeping Pro

How To Become A Bee Keeping Pro

Companies that have beekeeping stuff deal with all the equipment that is required for this business, like attire for bee keeping which is essential from head to torso, full body suits and just head gear. Along with this equipment they also sell journals and books on beekeeping to help people to understand this field better. Some of the better known beekeeping companies have been in the business for more than a hundred years.

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