Consumption of Three Dry Pollen Substitutes in Commercial Apiaries

@inproceedings{Saffari2010ConsumptionOT,
  title={Consumption of Three Dry Pollen Substitutes in Commercial Apiaries},
  author={Abdolrza Saffari and Peter G Kevan and James L. Atkinson},
  year={2010}
}
The development of a pollen substitute for honey bees has long been an area of interest to the beekeeping industry. The possibility of improving the efficiency of beekeeping by providing proteinaceous feed lies, in part, in the development of an effective pollen substitute to feed the colonies when pollen is scarce (e.g. Zahra and Talal , 2008), especially in preparation for early nectar flows (Skubida et al., 2008). Providing proteinaceous feed to stimulate colony strength would then help, in… CONTINUE READING

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