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Effect of stimulative feeding with pollen on the development and productivity of honey bee colonies



Effect of stimulative feeding with pollen on the development and productivity of honey bee colonies



Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olstenensis, Zootechnica ( 39): 193-203



The effect of stimulative feeding with pollen was studied over a period of 5 years at Olsztyn, Poland. Five groups of colonies (7 or 8 colonies/group) were fed in spring and summer with pollen, either mixed with sugar and yeast in the form of a patty, or with syrup. A sixth group was fed syrup only. Some of the hives were fitted with pollen traps. Colony productivity was measured as number of brood cells and first honey yield (rape honey); the intensity of egg laying was also measured.

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