The importance of bees to the survival of the world's eco-system is often in the news, and more and more people are turning to beekeeping - even in a small or urban setting - for their own benefit and for that of the planet. Joanna Ryde covers all aspects of beekeeping in this book.
As sustainability and organic living become increasingly popular, so does a desire to live a more self-sufficient lifestyle. This timely book will help you to achieve self-sufficiency and make beekeeping a reality. Beekeeping is about management, control and learning to understand the honeybee. It can also become a very enjoyable and sociable pastime - visiting others' hives and picking up vital hints and tips is all part of the fun - and farming and eating honey that your own bees have produced is a pure delight. Joanna Ryde covers all aspects of beekeeping, from the basic tools and equipment needed for setting up a hive to detailed advice on when to harvest honey and honey-inspired recipes, from delicious cakes to beauty products. This really is the definitive guide for anyone thinking of keeping bees.
Joanna Ryde became interested in beekeeping after observing an abandoned hive in her uncle's garden. She currently keeps an apiary of four hives.
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