Beekeeping for Connecticut

Beekeeping for Connecticut

Volume 205

eBook - 1918
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This agricultural bulletin addresses beekeeping in Connecticut. These kinds of bulletins were mailed for free to anyone who signed up for them. Written during WWI, it suggests that beekeeping is a "possible source of both pleasure and profit." Sugar shortages were common, and honey provided an alternative. The beeswax was also in demand. The bulletin notes that beekeeping had not yet been "fully developed" in Connecticut, and the author suggests this might be because of "the sting." 
Publisher: New Haven, Conn. : Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1918
Characteristics: 1 online resource (28 p.)


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