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Natural Beekeeping: Organic Approaches to Modern Apiculture [Anglais] [Broché]

Gary Paul Nabhan , Ross Conrad

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  • Broché: 285 pages
  • Editeur : Chelsea Green Publishing Company; Édition : Pck Pap/Dv (2 mai 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1603583734
  • ISBN-13: 978-1603583732
  • Dimensions du produit: 25,1 x 20,1 x 2,8 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Here's the buzz 8 février 2014
Par kinigit - Publié sur
This is one of my favorite bee books. I think it is probably the most complete guide out there that does focus on the environmental and natural approaches to keeping bees. It is very dense reading and not for the faint of heart. It should certainly be in everyone's library who is keeping bees recreationally. It might not be the best first book because it is A LOT of material and may be overwhelming. That said if you need to know something this is kind of like having the internet at your fingertips without having to log on.

The authors approach is refreshing and well thought out. A good read for the enthusiast like me who becomes obsessed and wants to learn every little thing, while being focused on the health and welfare of the honeybee. I do not keep bees only to get honey, but also to improve the ecosystem around me. Call me a tree-hugger, but I like to have abundant food to eat much of which requires pollination, and I am a tree-hugger. This book is more than a guide about how to maximize production at any cost.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Read it, Seriously...but... 15 juin 2014
Par Michael Kolanos - Publié sur
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This book had a lot of good information. But it's not an all-information source. Don't make it your only book. The book fails to describe in much detail the equipment or tools you will need. The author rambles on and on about the ethics of organic farming and bee-keeping and sarcastically in a round about way discusses why you should make the choices he has made, but that it's ultimately your choice, but, ya know, make the organic choice.

I think most of us wouldn't be reading the book if we hadn't drawn many of those conclusions ourselves. Why not to use miticides, not to use HFCS, why to be gentle and slow with the bees and on and on. These are all very good topics and deserve a mention. They take up much more of the book than is needed and in the process the details you really need are lost. I was looking for MORE information on what I could feed (aside from the commercially available products) and how I could control pests organically. I distinctly remember very little information on screened bottom boards (again, lacking the details on equipment) and that being something I was desperate for information for.

Aside from those set backs, it's a good book. You will take away some important information and that makes it worth reading. If you're in the fence about organic bee-keeping then read this book and others like it!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 he does provide an EXCELLENT resource for handling bees in a more natural and ... 19 juillet 2014
Par Carrie Sanders - Publié sur
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While the author seems to be a little 'preachy' at times about the "evils" of industrial beekeeping, he does provide an EXCELLENT resource for handling bees in a more natural and non-chemical way. He focuses on essential oils and 'soft' treatments. The best part of this book is that he explains WHY things work biologically.
I would recommend that any new beekeeper first purchase the "dummies" book, read it, and then purchase this book as well. It fills in gaps that I didn't even know that I had in my knowledge base.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Non-Beekeeping Agenda is Annoying 3 septembre 2014
Par Brenda Brice - Publié sur
While there are many pages with valuable information, this guy spends a lot of time scolding the reader. I do not jump on every conspiracy theory. I don't need to be fed rhetoric about how something is non-chemical. Everything has a chemical composition. Just because something is derived from a carbon-based entity (the chemistry definition of organic) doesn't mean it is better than some other product. In fact, I believe there is not much on our market that is not derived from carbon-chains. I do believe this book has value. Just be prepared to read through a bunch of political stuff (sometimes the better part of a page) before you get to his point. I found myself thinking I had wasted my time, after reading some passages. Sure, he does offer some factual information, but the non-beekeeping agenda is obvious and annoying.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Outstanding 16 juin 2014
Par D. Driscoll - Publié sur
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I've read a stack of beekeeping books from Amazon and from my library. This is, hands down, the best book of the bunch. Ross Conrad covers beekeeping in an ethical way and teaches you not just how to keep bees, but how to partner with them and manage hives with integrity. His chapters on requeening and philosophies of requeening and various ways of managing hives were particularly useful, as was his discussion at the end of the book on GMOs. Thank you, Ross, for this amazing title.
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