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"Professor Einstein said that if the bees disappear, so do we! I'm so glad Bill Dullas is doing this book." Alan Cheney, Ph.D., Saba University School of Medicine, Dutch West Indies."I tried to have well-trained police officers and deputies. Bill is paying attention to the training of beekeepers." Johannes F. Spreen, retired police commissioner of Detroit and sheriff of Oakland County, Michigan."Honey's anti-bacterial qualities may make it valuable in treating microbes that have become resistant to antibiotics such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus-MRSA." Dr. Diane Holloway, formerly in practice at Presbyterian Hospital, Dallas, Texas."This knowledge should help you in minimizing any significant impact that the Africanized bee could have on your daily life." Fire Chief Robert Biscoe, Fire District of Sun City West, Arizona.This well-illustrated text is perfect for beginning beekeepers, experienced beekeepers and their employees, entomology students, and the layman. It offers instructions and information for:Problems with helpers, animals, people, health, and disastersWorking with beeswax, pollen, enzymes, and package beesDealing with diseases, mites, colony collapse, and Africanized beesRobbing, extracting, bee removal, re-queening and queen rearing

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