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The honeybee not only produces the rich, golden sweetener that we love so much, but it is one of the key pollinators of flowering plants and fruit trees upon which man depends. Today, bees are under threat - largely through human interference and manipulation. By understanding the honeybee it is possible to help both the bee and our wider environment. This book is designed to be a first step in explaining the honeybee and the work of the beekeeper, both in rural and urban situations. Anyone with time and dedication can become a good beekeeper. The rest of us can help by planting bee friendly plants in their gardens, allotments and window boxes.
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An easy to follow introduction to the basics of the world of bees, how a hive works and the steps and the equipment needed to become a beekeeper. Illustrated in colour.About the Author:
Gerard Baker is a highly-experienced beekeeper. He describes the complex world of the honeybee with a simplicity and authority that everyone with an interest in the natural world will appreciate. In his role as Food Historian, Gerard has also become a familiar figure on the popular BBC TV series Mums Know Best with the Hairy Bikers.
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Book Description Casemate Publishing. Condition: New. Brand New. Seller Inventory # 1846742005
Book Description Countryside Books, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1846742005
Book Description Counryside Books, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. new paperback copy, An easy to follow introduction to the basics of the world of bees, how a hive works and the steps and the equipment needed to become a beekeeper. Illustrated in colour. Seller Inventory # 011852
Book Description Countryside Books, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1846742005