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Beekeeping development in India: history, present status, constraints and future strategies including a proposal for setting up of 'National Bee Board'

, : Beekeeping development in India: history, present status, constraints and future strategies including a proposal for setting up of 'National Bee Board'. Indian Bee Journal 54(1-4): 1-18

The development of beekeeping in India during this century is described and discussed. Although there is great potential for further development of beekeeping among rural populations, this is at present restricted; the constraints to development are discussed. It is concluded that an organization responsible for beekeeping is needed, and a proposal is made for the setting up of a National Bee Board, together with a Board in each state.

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