Beekeeping in California. California Agricultural Extension Service. Circular 100. July, 1936

By: Eckert, J. E. (John Edward Eckert)

Price: $15.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Fine


Original white wrapper with a black and white photograph of an apiary in Ventura County on the front cover. 6 X 9 1/4 inches. 71 pages. 22 black and white photographs. Copy features the following information, the beekeeping industry in California, primary consideration for the beginner, life history and habits of the honeybee, the cycle of the year, races of bees, equipment needed, assembling the equipment, selecting a location, nectar and pollen plants of California, the manipulation of the hive, installation and care of package bees, seasonal manipulations, the honey house, work in the fall and winter, apiary records, miscellaneous manipulation, queens and their care, queen-rearing, feeding bees, diseases of bees, enemies of bees, apiary inspection, some facts about honey, honey from honeydew, marketing honey, beekeepers organizations and references for further reading. Copy is very clean and complete. Binding is good.

Title: Beekeeping in California. California Agricultural Extension Service. Circular 100. July, 1936

Author Name: Eckert, J. E. (John Edward Eckert)

Categories: Birds and Bugs,

Publisher: Berkeley, Ca, The College of Agriculture, University of California: 1936

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 017836

Keywords: Beekeeping--California. Week thirty-one.,