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por fin, el tan esperado libro de Dee Lusby

NotaPublicado: Mar Feb 13, 2018 9:35 pm
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Apicultura orgánica - el camino de regreso - copyright 1991 - 2016 by Ed and Dee Lusby.

Dee Lusby escribió:
Esto es para hacerle saber que el libro que ha estado tratando de publicar formalmente durante décadas ahora se hace para enseñar apicultura orgánica limpia, que puede usarse para talleres, clubes de enseñanza, escuelas, universidades, colegios y apicultores en general.

Y este libro es lo que he estado analizando durante décadas en mis varias listas de grupos de discusión, mientras me dicen que lo demuestre. Bueno, aquí ahora está hecho con referencias. Así que ahora es el momento de comprar y leer para una experiencia de aprendizaje formal profunda para mantener a las abejas en alineación con la naturaleza nuevamente, y lo que ella ha pasado ...

Dee Lusby - la madre de la apicultura orgánica

Dee Lusby escribió:
Biological Beekeeping - The Way Back,...copyright 1991 - 2016 by Ed and Dee Lusby.

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without written permission of the author.
ISBN: 978-161476-104-4
* Star Publishing Company
Nehawka, NE 68413 USA
659 pages
113 illustrations
12 pt typeface

This is to let you know that the book been trying to formally publish for decades is now done for teaching clean organic beekeeping, that can be used for workshops, clubs teaching, schools, universities, colleges, and beekeepers in general.

And this book is what I have been going over for decades now on my various discussion group lists, while being told to prove it. Well here it is now done with references. So now is time to buy and read for a deep formal learning experience for keeping bees in alignment with Nature again, and what she has gone thru...

Michael Bush got it done for me and should be ready shortly for buying/ordering. With luck it will be available at the upcoming 2 - 4 March 2018 .........11th annual Organic Beekeepers Conference in Oracle, Arizona with him bringing first available copies for getting. Other then that it will be avail within 6 to 8 weeks for buying on Amazon, Barnes & Nobel, and others, if not sooner.

So more and more the conference is coming together...So come on out to Arizona for a great weekend.

Dee A. Lusby
List owner
Commercial beekeeper

Re: por fin, el tan esperado libro de Dee Lusby

NotaPublicado: Mar Feb 20, 2018 9:11 pm
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ya apareció el libro en Amazon en todo el mundo:

https://www.amazon.es/Biological-Beekee ... 614761043/



Re: por fin, el tan esperado libro de Dee Lusby

NotaPublicado: Sab May 05, 2018 9:01 pm
por bee
Ahora salió un articulo en la revista de apicultura americana "Bee Culture" sobre el nuevo libro de Dee Lusby:
http://www.beeculture.com/product-revie ... V4Y.mailto


Bee Culture escribe:
Si no sabes acerca de ED y Dee Lusby, de apicultura de celdillas pequeñas, de apicultura orgánica y sus técnicas de apicultura sostenible, entonces usted no estaba atento o bien ha vivido en algún lugar por debajo de una roca.

:rodillas4: :-))

If you don’t know about Ed and Dee Lusby, small cell beekeeping, biological beekeeping and their sustainable beekeeping techniques, then you haven’t been paying attention, or you’ve been living under a rock somewhere.

Although Ed passed several years ago, Dee and her followers have kept up their practices of making small cell foundation, recycling beeswax, natural breeding for resistant bees, and actually, healthier bees that survive without chemical insults and make honey.

The first third of this book is what they have done and how they have done it. The remainder is the supporting current and historical data that convinced them to begin these practices. Dadant, Root and the USDA are cited often in this section. There are a score of articles they have published, and that have been published on their work here also, some of them from Bee Culture over the years. I toured beeyards in Arizona with them some time ago, and have published articles on their story of success using small cell beekeeping.

If you’re not familiar with the small cell story it goes something like this. In their natural state, that is living in the wild, honey bees construct comb with cells about 4.9 mm wide or so. Decades ago, beekeeping companies undertook it to produce bigger bees, using foundation with comb about 5.5 mm or so. These larger bees, it was thought, could fly further, carry more and work harder. It’s not clear that this happened, however. But because they were bigger they had longer tongues and were able to forage on flowers smaller bees could not forage on. At least that’s what the foundation companies said. Little effort was made to return to smaller bees.

This belief continued, basically, until Varroa entered the picture, and the Lusby’s and others looked and decided that a smaller, natural sized cell would accommodate fewer, if any female mites to reproduce more mites. Moreover, these smaller bees emerged sooner than their larger cousins thus reducing further mite reproduction, and thus mite control was simplified.

There is so much more to this than I’ve captured here, and if you are interested you need to relive the history of this movement, the data that supports it and become aware of the people and the biology that led to, and continues to propel small cell beekeeping. — Kim Flottum