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Beekeeping in the Western Cape

, : Beekeeping in the Western Cape. South African Bee Journal 67(4): 105-114

Certain socio-economic aspects of beekeeping in this area of South Africa are discussed and the main problems experienced by beekeepers are highlighted; a shortage of pollination units in this important fruit-growing region was identified.

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