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The effect of spring feeding of sugar, honey and soybean meal on the laying performance of hive queen



The effect of spring feeding of sugar, honey and soybean meal on the laying performance of hive queen



Iranian Journal of Agricultural Science 1(3/4): 1-7, 1



Bees were of a strain found in the Karaj area of Iran. Two groups of 6 hives were fed twice during the trial period of 3 months, one with a mixture of powdered sugar, honey and soya bean eal, the other on powdered sugar and honey; the 3rd group got no extra feed. Laying performance of the queen bee was estimated 21 days after each feed.

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