ECONOMICS OF STATIONARY AND MIGRATORY BEEKEEPING IN HIMACHAL PRADESH

Article Id: ARCC5058 | Page : 196 - 197
Citation :- ECONOMICS OF STATIONARY AND MIGRATORY BEEKEEPING IN HIMACHAL PRADESH.Agricultural Science Digest.2001.(21):196 - 197
Ravinder Sharma and Ranjeet Bhatia
Address : Regional Horticultural Research Station Dr. Y.S. Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry Jachh, Teh. Nurpur, Distt. Kangra (HP)-176 201, India

Abstract

The study revealed that migratory bee keeping resulted in higher honey yield (41.60 kg/colony) as compared to stationary beekeeping (15.66 kg/colony), the cost structure of the two was not statitically significant. The net returns were higher in former as comparared to the latter.

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References

  1. Mishra, R.c. (1995). Honey Bees and Their Management in India. ICAR New Delhi: 1-19.
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