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Honey crops in forests: basic requirements and possibilities for their utilisation



Honey crops in forests: basic requirements and possibilities for their utilisation



Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Zoologie 64(3): 291-309



In the German Federal Republic, bee-keeping is rarely profitable if based on field and meadow crops alone, but predictable crops are obtainable by moving into forests where pollen, nectar and honey-dew are available. Records suggest that years of high and low honey-yield deviate from the long-term mean in the months of May, June, July and September.

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