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  • '''Who should keep Bees.''' [[image:bees.jpg|frame|Figure 3.1: Honey-Bee. 1, the male, or drone; 2, the neuter, or w
    46 KB (8,739 words) - 09:23, 4 January 2016
  • A natural [[wax]] made from the comb of bees after the [[honey]] has been removed. Also used in many cosmetics, and ski *[[Bees and Their Management]] (Household Cylopedia,1881)
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  • 198 bytes (27 words) - 15:49, 19 June 2014

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  • '''Who should keep Bees.''' [[image:bees.jpg|frame|Figure 3.1: Honey-Bee. 1, the male, or drone; 2, the neuter, or w
    46 KB (8,739 words) - 09:23, 4 January 2016
  • ...re than 20,000 species of wild bees on earth, there is a huge selection of bees per location.<ref>[http://www.biology-online.org/articles/bee-species-outnu ==Types of bees==
    14 KB (2,331 words) - 07:44, 10 February 2013
  • ...al recent breakthroughs in tropical beekeeping it seems prudent to include bees. Accordingly, the final chapter of this book describes the smallest livesto ...s plant pollinators and can greatly increase the production of some crops. Bees can be kept virtually anywhere with little disruption of other activities,
    17 KB (2,757 words) - 03:54, 11 June 2010
  • ...iet. For thousands of years honey hunters have plundered the hives of wild bees for their precious honey and beeswax - a practice still common today. ...re scarce they can be driven out of the hive to die. The all-female worker bees, make up about 98 per cent of the colony, and they do almost all the work.
    20 KB (3,566 words) - 09:14, 23 July 2014
  • ...0 BC. Early expeditions have recorded paintings of the practice of hunting bees on cave walls from Africa to Europe. Eventually, honey hunting evolved into * easy for bees to store honey, especially after surplus has been collected
    22 KB (3,524 words) - 03:37, 20 January 2014
  • ...integrated with [[forest gardening]], mainly focusing on how to house the bees. ==Should bees be kept in a Forest Garden?==
    7 KB (1,085 words) - 15:00, 28 April 2019
  • More information: http://velacreations.com/bees.html ...s for centuries. Anyone can produce natural [[honey]] at home. People keep bees in many different kinds of hives, but we will focus on a cheap and simple d
    8 KB (1,364 words) - 16:53, 29 July 2020
  • make a careful and intelligent study of bees and their habits and from bees kept on the roof of his house.
    450 KB (80,600 words) - 23:05, 21 March 2011
  • ...ion of water from the nectar. When the water content is less than 20%, the bees seal the cell with a wax capping. The honey is now 'ripe' and will not ferm ...The presence of any other contaminations (e.g. particles of wax, parts of bees, splinters of wood, dust etc.) make the honey very low value.
    18 KB (2,738 words) - 06:47, 22 April 2019
  • ...effective on beetles (except for the Mexican bean beetle). Highly toxic to bees. Aboveground insect control: 4cc/ liter of Diazinon 25 percent EC or Basudi ...l for 10-14 days. Don't apply within 1421 days of harvest. Highly toxic to bees with a one- to two-day residual effect. General dosages for the three most
    119 KB (17,388 words) - 19:35, 14 July 2011
  • *Bees == Bees ==
    2 KB (235 words) - 13:21, 3 July 2017
  • |description=Honey Forge for bees that are constantly losing their natural habitat. In the industrialized world in which we live, bees are constantly losing their natural habitat. To address this issue, althoug
    8 KB (1,354 words) - 20:41, 28 July 2020
  • ...ation of water from the honey. When the water content is less than 20% the bees seal the cell with a wax capping: the honey is now considered 'ripe' and wi ...ow quality. The presence of any other contaminations (eg particles of wax, bees, splinters of wood, dust) make the honey of very low value. Equipment suppl
    9 KB (1,469 words) - 02:54, 31 August 2010
  • ...pollination. A garden should include flowers which will provide food that bees need. Most double flowers are of little use to bees because their structure is too elaborate.
    1 KB (157 words) - 09:21, 4 January 2016
  • ...racks and tree hollows to stay in. You can help encourage a wider range of bees to stay in your own garden space by providing them with a bee hotel. This c # Put the bee hotel somewhere suitable for encouraging the bees. Lay the bee hotel on its side on a suitable surface, such as on a bed of l
    3 KB (559 words) - 05:39, 2 September 2016
  • ...st in having plants that attract beneficial insects such lady bugs, bumble bees, praying mantises and butterflies. Beneficial insects are the best known fo ...hat matching pollen is transferred from plants of the same species. Native bees provide free and valuable pollination service, which is why it is beneficia
    49 KB (8,125 words) - 21:58, 20 October 2013
  • ...opics without requiring sophisticated hives or elaborate training. Raising bees can also benefit the many crops that require pollination. ...by expanding the resource base and recycling nutrients. Some - for example bees, ducks, and geese - can feed themselves by scavenging.
    25 KB (4,043 words) - 01:17, 20 December 2011
  • ...ical Bees]. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521429092.</ref> European bees will not fly in windspeeds of 24 km/h, and flowers in sheletered location r ''Bees:''
    29 KB (4,487 words) - 20:05, 18 August 2019
  • ...[[sting]]. Some wild bees such as [[carpenter bee]]s and other [[solitary bees]] may help. [[Bumble bee]] queens are sometimes present in orchards, but no
    3 KB (524 words) - 02:03, 8 November 2015
  • ...forming a "fence." (The nests may be live or empty - live nests with honey bees may be a valuable source of income, but empty nests may be preferred close [[Category:Bees]]
    1 KB (190 words) - 14:51, 19 July 2011

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