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How to succeed with bees; how fall management saves spring labor, increases next year's honey crop, reduces winter losses far below U.S. average, how bees store more honey when swarming is controlled, successful methods of producing comb or extracted honey, how to make increase with minimum crop loss, how to introduce new queen bees. More than 190 successful plans to introduce big crops of honey.

Title
How to succeed with bees; how fall management saves spring labor, increases next year's honey crop, reduces winter losses far below U.S. average, how bees store more honey when swarming is controlled, successful methods of producing comb or extracted honey, how to make increase with minimum crop loss, how to introduce new queen bees. More than 190 successful plans to introduce big crops of honey.
Author
Atkins, E. W.
Publication
[Madison, Wis., Democrat Printing Company] 1924.

Details

Additional Authors
Hawkins, K. (Kennith)
Description
96 p. illus.; 26 cm.
Subject
Bee culture
Note
  • On cover: By E.W. Atkins [and] K. Hawkins.
Call Number
VPE p.v. 230, no. 9
LCCN
24007658
Author
Atkins, E. W.
Title
How to succeed with bees; how fall management saves spring labor, increases next year's honey crop, reduces winter losses far below U.S. average, how bees store more honey when swarming is controlled, successful methods of producing comb or extracted honey, how to make increase with minimum crop loss, how to introduce new queen bees. More than 190 successful plans to introduce big crops of honey.
Imprint
[Madison, Wis., Democrat Printing Company] 1924.
Edition
1st ed.
Added Author
Hawkins, K. (Kennith)
Research Call Number
VPE p.v. 230, no. 9
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