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Beekeeping Manuals Guides Complete Bee Keeping Gui
Beekeeping Manuals Guides Complete Bee Keeping Guides On Disc
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The Essential and Complete Guides to Bee-Keeping!
1. How to keep bees
A handbook for the use of beginners (1905) By Anna Botsford Comstock, B. S. With Illustrations
Meets the needs of the beginner in bee-keeping. It is not intended to be a complete treatise for the professional apiarist, but rather a handbook for those who would keep bees for happiness and honey, and incidentally for money.
2. The Mysteries of Bee Keeping
BEE-KEEPING EXPLAINED: (1853)
BEING A COMPLETE ANALYSIS OF THE WHOLE SUBJECT; CONSISTING OF THE NATURAL HISTORY OF BEES, DIRECTIONS FOR OBTAINING THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PURE SURPLUS HONEY WITH THE LEAST POSSIBLE EXPENSE, REMEDIES FOR LOSSES GIVEN, AND THE SCIENCE OF "LUCK" FULLY ILLUSTRATED—THE RESULT OF MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN EXTENSIVE APIARIES. BY M. QUINBY, PRACTICAL BEE-KEEPER.
3. The Hive & the Honey Bee
LANGSTROTH ON THE HIVE AND THE HONEY-BEE, A Bee Keeper's Manual, (1853) BY REV. L. L. LANGSTROTH. NORTHAMPTON
4. THE ILLUSTRATED Australasian Bee Manual (1911)
AND COMPLETE GUIDE TO MODERN BEE CULTURE IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE.By ISAAC HOPKINS, Auckland, New Zealand. (Late Chief Apiarist to the New Zealand Government.) WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE " New Zealand Bee Manual " REVISED AND MOSTLY RE-WRITTEN BY THE AUTHOR. FIFTH EDITION 82 ILLUSTRATIONS. WELLINGTON, N.Z. 1911
5. A MANUAL FOR NEW ZEALAND BEE KEEPERS. BY WILLIAM CHARLES COTTON (1848) 128 pages
The following Manual is intended for the use of all persons in this island who wish to keep bees, but do not like to do so, because they feel they know not where to apply for instruction. Their ignorance magnifies, as is always the case, their difficulties, and they shrink from what they would find a plea- sant employment from fear of failure. I will do what I can to supply the want which they feel ; but I would warn them that, in this as in all other matters, what a man can learn by reading is noth- ing to compare with what he must learn, if he is to succeed at all, by his own observation and expe- rience. His own bees will be better teachers than any other bee master whatsoever ; all that such a person can do for him, is to introduce him as a pupil in this school, and then leave him to make the best use of his own eyes. For the sake of clear- ness, I will fancy that I am actually speaking to one of these honest would-be bee masters, and will try to tell him all that is actually needful to enable him to make a beginning, so that bee masters of older standing must not be surprised at finding nothing here but the simplest and plainest practical hints.
6. GARDENING FOR NEW ZEALAND WITH CHAPTERS ON POULTRY AND BEEKEEPING (1888) 266 pages
By M. MURPHY, F.L.S. Secretary Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association, and Editor of " New Zealand Country Journal"
7. THE BEE-KEEPER'S DIRECTORY (1861) 532 pages
THE BEE-KEEPER'S DIRECTORY, THEORY AND PEACTICE OF BEE CULTURE, IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS, THE RESULT OF EIGHTEEN TEARS PERSONAL STUDY OF THEIR HABITS AND INSTINCTS. BY J. S. HAKBISON,
PRACTICAL APIAKIAN. WITH AN INTRODUCTORY ESSAY BY 0. C. WHEELER, Corresponding Secretary of the California State Agricultural Society.
Embellished with Eighty Illustrations
8. PRODUCTIVE BEE-KEEPING (1918) 330 pages
MODERN METHODS OF PRODUCTION AND MARKETING OF HONEY By frank C. PELLETT ASSOCIATE EDITOR, AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL FORMER STATE APIARIST OF IOWA 134 ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT SECOND EDITION REVISED
9. Practical Queen Rearing (1918) 115 pages
By FRANK C. PELLETT Preface ,The writer has had the privilege of visiting many of the most extensive queen breeders of America, both north and south, and has tried to present, in the following pages, all the best methods of practice in use in these various apiaries. The book is small, as it has been thought wise to make the descriptions brief and to the point, rather than to elaborate them fully. Beekeepers are usually busy men, and want facts presented as simply and directly as possible in a book of this kind.
10. A Description of the Bar-and-Frame-Hive
by W. Augustus Munn , A Description of the Bar-and-Frame-Hive With an Abstract of Wildman's Complete Guide for the Management of Bees Throughout the Year Author: W. Augustus Munn Contents:
11. The Life of the Bee by Maurice Maeterlinck
12. A practical treatise on the hive and honey-bee (1883) 479 pages
Author: Langstroth, L. L. (Lorenzo Lorraine), 1810-1895; Baird, Robert; Charles C. Miller Memorial Apicultural Library WU Subject: Bee culture; Honeybee; Beehives
13. American honey plants (1920) 312 pages
Together With Those Which Are of Special Value to the Beekeeper as Sources of Pollen BY FRANK C. PELLETT Author Beginner's Bee Book, Productive Beekeeping, Practical Queen Rearing, Etc. 155 Illustrations
14. Australian bee lore and bee culture (1912) 339 pages
INCLUDING THE INFLUENCE OF BEES ON CROPS AND THE COLOUR OF FLOWERS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON BEE LIFE. BY ALBERT GALE Late Bee Expert and Lecturer on Apiculture to N. S. W. Government.
15. Beehives and bee keepers' appliances (1911) 166 pages
Author: Hasluck, Paul N. (Paul Nooncree), 1854-1931, editor Subject: Bees
16. Beekeeping the production of honey (1920) 505 pages
A DISCUSSION OF THE LIFE OF THE HONEYBEE AND OF THE PRODUCTION OF HONEY BY EVERETT FRANKLIN PHILLIPS, Ph.D.
IN CHARGE OF BEE CULTURE INVESTIGATIONS, BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
17. Bees (1911) 52 pages
by E. F. PHILLIPS, Ph. D., In Charge of Bee Culture, Bureau of Entotnology.
18. Bees for pleasure and profit (1921) 160 pages
BY G. GORDON SAMSON.
19. Beginner's bee book (1919) 189 pages
by FRANK C. PELLETT
20. Entomology. Bees (1959) 368 pages
by WILLIAM JARDINE, BART. F.R.S.B., F.L.S., ETC., ETC. VOL. XXXIV. ENTOMOLOGY. BEES. COMPREHENDING THE USES AND ECONOMICAL MANAGEMENT OF THE HONEY-BEE OF BRITAIN AND OTHER COUNTRIES, TOGETHER WITH DESCBIPTIONS OF THE KNOWN WILD SPECIES.
21. Fifty years among the bees (1911) 364 pages
BY DR. C. C. MILLER
22. Gleanings in Bee Culture (1922) 888 pages
Subject: Bees; Bee culture Publisher: [Medina, Ohio, A. I. Root Co.]
23. Handbook of gardening for New Zealand (1888) 266 pages
with chapters on poultry and bee-keeping by Author: Murphy, M. (Mark)
24. Langstroth on the hive & honey bee (1919) 650 pages
Revised by DADANT Twentieth Edition PUBLISHED BY DADANT & SONS
25. Producing, preparing, exhibiting, & judging bee produce .. (1912) 203 pages ILUUSTRATED.
By WILLIAM HERROD, F.E.S. Junior Editor of the " British Bee Journal " and " Bee-Keepers
26. Report on the A. & M. College Apiary (1902) 64 pages
TOGETHER WITH PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS IN MODERN METHODS OF BEE KEEPING AS APPLIED TO TEXAS CONDITIONS. FRED. W. MALLY,
PROFESSOR OF ENTOMOLOGY, WILMON NEWELL, ASSISTANT.
27. The A B C and X Y Z of Bee Culture (1910) 596 pages
Author: Root, Amos Ives, 1839- [from old catalog]; Root, E. R. (Ernest Rob), 1862-1953, joint author Subject: Bees.
28. The American bee keeper (1907) 466 pages
Subject: Bee culture; Honey Publisher: Falconer, N.Y. : W.T. Falconer Manfg. Co.
29. The embryology of the honey bee (1915) 312 pages
BY JAMES ALLEN NELSON, Ph.D.,Expert, Bee Culture Investigations, Bureau of Entomology U. S. Department of Agriculture
30. The habits of the honeybee (1914) 44 pages
by E. F. Phillips, Ph. D.
31. The honey bee; its natural history, physiology, and management (1827) 443 pages
BY EDWARD BEVAN, M.D. " A bee amongst the flowers in spring, is one of the cheerfullest objects that can be looked upon. Its life appears to be all enjoyment : so busy and so pleased." Palev.
32. The honey-bee; its nature, homes and products (1884) 297 pages
BY W. H. HARRIS, B.A., B.Sc. PLUS
33. "Productive Bee-Keeping By Frank C. Pellett (330 Pages)"
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