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Bee venom collection and its effect on the general output of the apiary and wintering


, : Bee venom collection and its effect on the general output of the apiary and wintering. Pszczelnicze Zeszyty Naukowe 39(2): 209-221

In 1992-1994 different bee venom collection methods were compared for the amount of venom collected and for their effect on the status of honey bee colonies and their wintering as well as on their general productivity (honey, pollen, beeswax). Venom-collecting frames were inserted (1) in the lower hive body, or (2) in the upper hive body, or (3) in an empty body placed between the upper and lower bodies.

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