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Sucrose content in honey-type products in relation to the amount and type of sugar syrup fed to bees



Sucrose content in honey-type products in relation to the amount and type of sugar syrup fed to bees



Pszczelnicze Zeszyty Naukowe 29: 125-132



Colonies were fed with either (A) 63% sugar syrup with 7% elderberry juice or (B) 63% sucrose solution; each colony was given 6 litres or 12 litres every 72 h during the dearth period (August). Sucrose content of honey stores was higher in colonies fed with B than with A, and in colonies fed with the larger volumes of syrup. The sucrose content was also affected by the atmospheric conditions during the feeding.P.

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