Table of contents for The backyard beekeeper : an absolute beginner's guide to keeping bees in your yard and garden / Kim Flottum.

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[Table of Contents: 1 Spread]
[Chapter head] Contents
[Chapter Head] Introduction
[A head] New Concept
[Chapter head] Chapter 1: In the Beginning
[A head] First Steps?Where Will You Put Your Hives?
[A head] Where Will You Put Your Hives?
[A head] Equipment?Tools of the Trade
[A head] Personal Gear
[A head] The Bees
[Chapter head] Chapter 2: About Bees
[A head] Overview
[A head] The Queen
[A head] The Workers 
[A head] Drones
[A head] Foragers
[A head] Seasonal Changes
[A head] Keeping Bees
[Chapter-head] Chapter 3: About Beekeeping 
[A head] Introduction
[A head] Lighting Your Smoker
[A head] Honey Flow Time
[A head] Keeping Records
[A head] Opening a Colony
[A head] Honey Comb and Brood Comb
[A head] Medication Use and Integrated Pest Management
[A head] Maladies
[A head] Summer
[A head] Late Summer
[A head] Fall and Winter Preparations
[A head] Early Spring Inspections
[Chapter-head] Chapter 4: About Beeswax
[A head]Making Candles
[A head]Making Cosmetic Creams
[A head]Making Soap
[A head] Other Beauty Benefits from Your Hive and Garden
[Chapter-head] Chapter 5: About Honey 
[A head]Storage
[A head]To Liquefy Granulated Honey
[A head]Cooking with Honey
[A head]Recipes with Honey and Your Garden Harvest
[Chapter head] Glossary
[A head] Resources
[A head] Index
[A head] Illustration Credits
[A head] About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bee culture.