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Beekeeping and the rural community development in Java


, : Beekeeping and the rural community development in Java. Duta Rimba 20(189/190): 19-24

An account is given of beekeeping carried out in Java, with details of income and honey production (from Apis cerana and A. mellifera). The methods used are still traditional, so although the system is in good operating condition, the honey quality is not guaranteed, and there is no investment or large-scale production.

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