Excerpt from Bee-Culture: I. Advice to Beginners; II. Practical Advice; III. Bees in Relation to Flowers and Fruit-Culture; IV. Bees in Relation to Agriculture
Department of Agriculture, Division of Biology and Horticulture, Wellington, nz, March, 1909.
There has been such great demand for Bulletins Nos. 5 and 18, both dealing bee-culture, that the issues have become exhausted.
The two bulletins have accordingly been revised and added to, and brought into one complete bulletin, by the author, Mr. I. Hopkins, who this month retires from the public service.
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