Beekeeping in Rural Development

Unexploited Beekeeping Potential in the Tropics: With Particular Reference to the Commonwealth

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The Beekeeping Potential in Ghana - 1962-65

A wild honeybee is indigenous to most parts of Ghana. The bees are most common in the North, and their nests are generally located in cavities in trees. The honey is much relished by the local inhabitants and any bee trees that are found are cut down, using fire to kill the bees, and chopped open to obtain it.


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