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Image from page 1381 of “Gleanings in bee culture” (1874)
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Title: Gleanings in bee culture
Year: 1874 (1870s)
Subjects: Bees Bee culture
Publisher: [Medina, Ohio, A. I. Root Co.]
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: UMass Amherst Libraries
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t realize it.I carry a full line of bee-sup-plies, including Roots goods atRoots prices, and the specialNovember discountapplies to almost theentire line. Sendfor catalog. I pay the highestmarket price for bees-wax. Send by freightor express accordingto the size of the ship-ment.If you wish to pur-chase finest white-clover ex-tracted honey in 5-gallon cans,write for my monthly quotationsof Indianapolis honey market. Bee-keepers, when in Indianapolis, are invited to calland inspect my fine stock of up-to date supplies, honey,beeswax, and so forth. No trouble to show goodswhether you wish to purchase or not. Location threeblocks N. E. of postoffice, and a street-car or interurbancar passes my door every forty seconds. Walter *$. Pouder. 513-515 MassacKtxsetts A,venue, Indianapolis* Ind. IN bit CULTURE Published by Th« A. I. Koot eomp^ny, Iledlaa, Ohio E. R. Root, Editor A. L. Boyden, Advertising Mcr H. H. Root, Asst. Ed. J. T. Calvert, Business Msr A. I. Root, Editor of Home Departneat
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Vol. XXXV. NOVEMBER 1, 1907. No. 21 Caucasian blood is recommended, p. 1310,to get queen-cells started. The only Cypriancolony I ever had would start perhaps threetimes as many cells as Italians. Are Cauca-sians better cell starters than Cyprians? [No,Caucasians are not as good cell-builders asCyprians; but they are much better thanItalians.—Ed.] Abram Titoff makes some good commentson the plural-queen system, p. 1328; but thatits against the laws of nature is hardly avalid objection. On the same ground weought not to fill brood-frames with workerfoundation to limit drone production. Butthe one point that makes the plan appeal tome he utterly ignores. // it will preventswarming, I want two queens in every hive,nature or no nature. That ideal bottom-rack, p. 1324, Fig. 2.I said I had nut tried it, and I was a littleafraid that a space of | inch under bottom-bars was too much. I was also afraid thatthe bees might gnaw any thing so thin asseparator stuff. I tried a few the past sum-mer
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