Author: Michael Bush
Release Date: 2011
This book is about how to keep bees in a natural and practical system where they do not require treatments for pests and diseases and only minimal interventions. It is also about simple practical beekeeping. It is about reducing your work. It is not a main-stream beekeeping book. Many of the concepts are contrary to "conventional" beekeeping. The techniques presented here are streamlined through decades of experimentation, adjustments and simplification. The content was written and then refined from responding to questions on bee forums over the years so it is tailored to the questions that beekeepers, new and experienced, have. It is divided into three volumes and this edition contains all three: Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced.
Author: Michael Bush
Release Date: 2011-06
It is divided into three volumes and this edition contains only Volume II: Intermediate Beekeeping Naturally.This book is about how to keep bees in a natural and practical system where they do not require treatments for pests and diseases and only minimal interventions. It is also about simple practical beekeeping. It is about reducing your work. It is not a mainstream beekeeping book. Many of the concepts are contrary to "conventional" beekeeping. The techniques presented here are streamlined through decades of experimentation, adjustments and simplification. The content was written and then refined from responding to questions on bee forums over the years so it is tailored to the questions that beekeepers, new and experienced, have.
Author: Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
Publisher: Meiner Verlag
Release Date: 2016-04-05
Studienausgabe eines bislang unedierten Systementwurfs Schellings, die aufgrund der Ausrichtung des Textes auf ein nichtuniversitäres Publikum auch zur Einführung in das Denken Schellings dienen kann. Mit einer Nachschrift des Gastgebers Georgii und dem Briefwechsel zwischen ihm und dem Philosophen. Im Jahre 1810 hielt F. W. J. Schelling in Stuttgart vor einem kleinen Kreis hoher Staatsbeamter private Vorlesungen. Juristen, Ärzte und Literaten versammelten sich hier zum ›philosophischen Gespräch‹, um die Prinzipien des Schelling’schen Systems kennenzulernen und zu diskutieren. War Schelling Pantheist? Oder: Ließ sich die stufenweise Entfaltung der Natur mit dem Gang menschlicher Entwicklung in Pestalozzis Erziehungslehre zusammenbringen? Und: Wie stand es mit der Religion? – so fragte der prominente Veranstalter des Vorlesungszyklus, der württembergische Oberjustizrat E. F. von Georgii, in seinen Briefen an den Philosophen. In den »Stuttgarter Privatvorlesungen« legt Schelling einen klargegliederten Systementwurf vor, der aufgrund seiner Stringenz einen umfassenden und konzentrierten Überblick auf das breite Themenspektrum seines Denkens ermöglicht. Gott – Natur – Mensch bilden die metaphysischen Grundbegriffe des Systems, die hier mit Bezug auf Schellings Identitätsphilosophie (1801–1808) und zugleich über sie hinaus entfaltet werden. Nur ein Jahr nach der wirkungsmächtigen »Freiheitsschrift « (1809) und fast zeitgleich mit der Aufnahme der Arbeit an den »Weltaltern« (1811–1815) verfasst, nimmt der Text eine Schlüsselfunktion im Gesamtwerk des Philosophen ein, in dem sich 1810 der Übergang zu Schellings geschichtlicher Philosophie vorzeichnet. Der erst aus dem Nachlass von Schellings Sohn in den »Sämmtlichen Werken« herausgegebene Text wird hier zusammen mit der von Georgii angefertigten Nachschrift in einer Studienausgabe präsentiert und durch den Briefwechsel zwischen dem Philosophen und dem Juristen ergänzt.
Author: Alexandra Hanson-Harding
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
Release Date: 2013-12-15
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
More and more people, including teens, are discovering the pleasures and rewards of keeping honeybees. In addition to the sweet honey they produce, bees are critical for pollinating many plants and food crops. In this entertaining and enlightening title, the author first provides general information about bees and how honeybee societies work. A how-to guide on the art of beekeeping follows, with information on gathering the necessary clothing and equipment, setting up and caring for a hive, and harvesting honey. Threats to honeybee health and survival, which have become an important environmental issue, are also addressed. After a taste of this fascinating hobby, teens can decide if they're ready to enter the world of beekeeping!
The most joyful emanation produced by a colony of bees is known as the “song of increase”—declaring that the hive is flourishing and the bees are happy in its abundance. Song of Increase takes us inside the world of the honeybee to glean the wisdom of these fascinating creatures with whom humanity has shared a sacred bond for millennia. Within these pages is a bee-centric approach to living with honeybees, rather than advice for simply maximizing the products they provide. Jacqueline Freeman takes us beyond traditional beekeeping and offers a way to work in harmony with honeybees for both their good and ours. “Our way is one of kind observation,” she explains, “where we create supportive homes and fields for bees to live in, as well as tend the heartfelt relationships we form by being together.” Song of Increase focuses on hidden aspects of apiculture that lead us naturally to more sustainable practices. Freeman illuminates the unity consciousness that guides every action in the colony and how this profound awareness can influence the way we see both the natural world and ourselves. Each chapter presents a wealth of information about the life of bees, including Freeman’s personal insights and direct teachings received from the bees themselves.
Save time and money by building your own beekeeping equipment. Learn to craft equipment that is tailored to your particular climate and setup. Full of insightful tips and covering a variety of hive types, Pisano includes all the basic infrastructure you need to keep your bees happy and active — and your pantry full of honey.
Author: Rob McFarland
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
Release Date: 2015-11-10
Save the Bees with Natural, Chemical-Free Beekeeping Rob and Chelsea McFarland first started caring for bees, then founded the nonprofit HoneyLove, to meet a need often heard today - we've got to save the bees. For more than two decades, honeybee colonies have steadily declined around the world. Bees and other pollinators are one of the most critical components of our food supply - if they disappear, so do we. You can make a difference by becoming a natural, treatment-free beekeeper right in your backyard. Save the Bees offers different, easy and healthier ways to keep your own hive! Rob and Chelsea share all the wisdom from this ancient practice in a way that is fresh, modern and easy for anyone to do. Along the way, they bust up some common bee myths: - You don't need to spend thousands of dollars on equipment. They tell you the most essential tools you need to get started and what you can make yourself. - You don't need any chemicals, pesticides or supplements to keep your bees healthy. Rob and Chelsea tell you how to recognize and maintain a healthy hive and how to save a failing one. The treatment-free way is not just a way to keep bees; it's the best way - good for you, the bees and the world. Save the Bees breaks down the complexity of beekeeping so you can learn step-by-step how to acquire a colony, care for it and reap the reward - that incredibly delicious, all-natural, chemical-free, unprocessed, sweet, sweet honey. Not to mention you'll be welcomed into the quirky, amazing and fun family of beekeepers around the world. So get on board and let's save some bees.
Author: C. P. Dadant
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
Release Date: 2016-08-26
Genre: Technology & Engineering
This antiquarian volume comprises a comprehensive guide to bee-keeping, with information on seasonal management, diseases, enemies, swarming, honey production, and many other aspects of bee-keeping. Full of interesting, practical information and profusely illustrated, this guide will be of considerable value to the discerning bee-keeper. It is not to be missed by collectors of antiquarian literature of this ilk. The chapters of this volume include: 'Early Experiments – Natural History', 'The Queen', 'The Worker Bee', 'Size of Hives', 'The Large Hive', 'Small Hives', 'Safety in Wintering', 'Frame Spacing', 'The Supers', 'Side Storage', 'Queen Excluders', 'Drone and Drone Production', 'The Dadant Hive', 'A simplified Dadant Hive', and much more. We are proud to republish this vintage book, now complete with a new and specially commissioned introduction on bee-keeping.
Faszination Honigbienen - wie sie denken, planen und fühlen Wir lieben die Bienen nicht nur, weil sie süßen Honig produzieren. Sie gehören zu den wichtigsten und intelligentesten Nutztieren der Erde. Ohne ihre Bestäubung stünde es schlecht um die Welternährung. Und sie können noch viel mehr: Ihr kleines Gehirn denkt, plant, zählt und träumt sogar. Den bekannten Berliner Hirnforscher Randolf Menzel erstaunen sie nach fünf Jahrzehnten intensiver Forschung noch immer. Endlich hat er, zusammen mit Wissenschaftsjournalist Matthias Eckoldt, sein gesammeltes Bienenwissen aufgeschrieben.
Beekeeping is both a hobby and a practical business plan that many individuals have taken up in recent years as a viable way to culture a valuable natural resource and have fun in the process. In any given year, an effectively built beekeeping business can bring profits up to 500 percent of your investment according to numerous private beekeepers. The benefit of growing your own honey and selling it to local customers for between $3 and $6 a pound depending on how you cultivate and whether your honey is completely organic can be a huge boon for anyone with the money and time to invest. This book walks all motivated potential beekeepers through the process of building and operating their beekeeping business from the ground up, ensuring it is both a fun hobby and a great way to make a little extra money on the side. You will learn everything you need to effectively start beekeeping for profit and fun, including what materials you need, what kinds of bees are best for honey or wax production. You will learn all of the fundamental safety equipment you need to effectively handle the bees and where to place your hives on your property to take advantage of natural circumstances. You will learn the basics you need to understand what bees do and how they interact, including details about the queen bee, the worker bees, drones, and foragers. You will learn how seasonal changes affect your colonies, and how to use your smoke to access and gather honey from your bees. The best in home beekeeping professionals have been interviewed and their expertise and insights have been gathered here for you to review, providing additional details about the kinds and methods of honey gathering that you can profit from you. You will learn how to install everything and keep your colonies updated. You will learn how to keep the necessary records and how to sell your honey and what the best prices for that honey is. You will learn what is involved in opening a colony and how to manage pests effectively without endangering the bees or the honey. You will learn how to manage your hives in the winter and fall and what you can do with everything your bees produce. For anyone who has ever considered beekeeping as a hobby or source of side income, this is the book for you. Atlantic Publishing is a small, independent publishing company based in Ocala, Florida. Founded over twenty years ago in the company presidentâe(tm)s garage, Atlantic Publishing has grown to become a renowned resource for non-fiction books. Today, over 450 titles are in print covering subjects such as small business, healthy living, management, finance, careers, and real estate. Atlantic Publishing prides itself on producing award winning, high-quality manuals that give readers up-to-date, pertinent information, real-world examples, and case studies with expert advice. Every book has resources, contact information, and web sites of the products or companies discussed.
A truly lush, radiant enthusiast’s guide, The Backyard Beekeeper’s Honey Handbook goes beyond the scope of a cookbook to introduce to readers the literal cornucopia of honey varieties available. An intuitive follow-up to The Backyard Beekeeper, this book will presume beekeeping experience but reintroduce the basics. It is an insight into the practical, back-to-the-earth beekeeping lifestyle and well as the artisan cultivation of honey varieties. Supplementary support for this book lay in the fact that interest in tapping honey’s holistic and whole-health potential dovetails nicely into the natural health and green movements. Also, honey as natural, lower-calorie sweetener has garnered positive PR by those working against the obesity epidemic.