An Introduction to Natural Beekeeping - Phil Chandler

An Introduction to Natural Beekeeping

By Phil Chandler

  • Release Date: 2010-02-09
  • Genre: Gardening
  • Size: 105.35 KB
Score: 4
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Description

Have you thought about taking up beekeeping, but are put off by the expensive equipment you were told to buy, or stories of honeybee colonies collapsing?

If so, then low-cost, low-impact, chemical-free, 'natural beekeeping' may be exactly what you are looking for.

Phil Chandler suggests more natural ways in which we can renew and develop our relationship with the honeybee.

Reviews

  • Worthless

    1
    By Steve in Dallas
    Worthless.
  • Natural beekeeping

    2
    By R kirby
    This is load of hooey with lots of environmental concerns but NO substance or facts to back it up.
  • Bee

    1
    By Dougthebeeman
    Lots of environmental critisim no information on accually implimenting
  • Really

    1
    By rolandsullivan
    And yet here you are on the power hunger Internet...what a load of pure crap!
  • Natural beekeeping

    5
    By Tc Cat
    Informative. We need to consider alternative methods to beekeeping. When there are no more honeybees, there will not be anymore farms. Plants need those bees to pollinate their crops. Whether or not larger companies that use chemically altered plants or not, I doubt that any plants can survive and reproduce without pollination. Be kind and be aware.
  • Interesting

    4
    By ShadyElmFarm
    I'd like to learn more about how to set up natural beekeeping on my farm.
  • I was hoping for instruction

    2
    By CTemp
    Wanted instruction.
  • A wonderful read

    5
    By GothProf
    This is a great (though brief) introduction to natural bee keeping. It has raised my interest significantly in going all natural... Thanks for the wonderful, free information!

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