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Queen rearing by normal supersedure eliminates swarming


Queen rearing by normal supersedure eliminates swarming



Apicultura (Bucaresti) 50(8): 2



ISSN/ISBN: 1301-9988

In 1973, 1974, 1975, colonies that superseded their queens in spring showed 50% less swarming in the following summer than control colonies did.Bull. Docum.

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