Is accurate, well-detailed bee work a desire for you? What you need to know and do for the first time, and subsequently, this book will tell.
This book is intended for those who are just about to acquire skills, who voluntarily agree to be an apprentice to bees in a conditional time period from zero to (how it turns out) years when there is nobody to consult with anyone other than the book.
Take a sneak peek at a few of the details inside:
Buying bees - where and how much to buy hives?
Bee care - avoiding stings
The beekeeping tasks
How to inspect a hive
Swarming of bees
Preparing a new hive
Special operations for wintertime
Introducing a new queen
Protecting bees and beehives from bears
Propolis, beeswax, and royal jelly facts and uses
Medicinal properties, collection, and storage of bee venom
And much more!
The novice beekeeper makes the most mistakes from ignorance and fear. Fear of being stung, fear of crushing the bees, fear of a developed hive and much that frightens, passes only with repeated repetition of the past