Category: Bees and Beekeeping


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Primeras Lecciones En Apicultrua

By: Dadant, C.P. ; Delaplane, Keiths (translator(

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Hamilton, Illinois, Dadant Publishing: 2007

Seller ID: 19746

Condition: NEW

Crisp, BRAND NEW book, written in Spanish, translated from English. Printed on heavy glossy paper and abundantly illustrated in color. New edition of Dadants 1917 classic, First Lessons in Beekeeping, completely rewritten with updated contemporary information including the latest in apicultural research and beekeeping management and techniques for the 21st century. Also includes the addition of a glossary and a good index for fast reference. 173 pages. View more info

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The Lore of The Honey-Bee

By: Edwardes, Tickner

Price: $28.00

Publisher: London, England, Methuen & Company: 1925

Edition: Later Printing

Seller ID: 27956

Condition: Very Good

Nce, clean book tighly bound with no names or writing. -- just an embossed name to top of title page. Binding is solid with no defect to gutters either front or back. There are no bumps to corners and no defects of note save a small bit of light foxing to a couple page at front. Book is protected by heavy plastic wrapper. Twenty-four illustrations all of which have been collated and are present. Most are photograohs, but there is also art and a liookat a spread from Moses Rusner's Bee-Book. 281 pages including index. Measres 5" x 8". View more info

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Langstroth on the Hive and the Honey-Bee: A Bee Keeper's Manual

By: Langstroth, L.L.

Price: $90.00

Publisher: Medina, Ohio, The A.I. Root Company: 1914

Edition: Reprint from 1853

Seller ID: 23785

Condition: Near Fine

Very handsome book in excellent condition. Bound in dark green cloth with nice ruiling aroung the edges of th boards. Very clean inside and out including the endpapers. no names or writiing and no bumps to boards. Chapters include these topics: Bees Capable of Domestication; The Queen Bee, The Drone and The Workers; Comb and Wax; Propolis or Bee Glue; 54 Advantages which should be found in an improved hive; Protection Against Heat, Cold and Dampness; Ventilation; Swarming and Hiving; Artificial Swarming; Loss of the Queen;Transfering Bees; Robbing; Directions for Feeding; Honey Pasturage; ... View more info

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The American Bee Journal (10 Issues 1882-1884)

By: Newman Thomas C. (editor)

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Chicago, Illinois, Thoms C. Newman: 1982

Edition: Various Issues

Seller ID: 23758

Condition: Good

Oh, how I wanted these! There were 20 altogether, but half of them were too awful to contemplate. The ones I bought are not going to be given tiaras for beauty, but at least they're only reasonably flawed. What makes them flawed are these things: partial spines required archival tape of five issues; a chewed lower edge of the front cover of one and to the lower right corner of another; a small bit of fairly light foxing and damp staining somewhere on each. There's also some vertical creasing, but I am going to iron them ASAP and put them in the book press overnight. There are many topics, incl... View more info