In traditional hives, the bees make their own wax combs that are often attached to each other, so harvesting the honey is difficult. Honey can be extracted only two or three times a year from a traditional beehive. A modern beehive produces double to triple the volume of honey compared to a traditional hive.
2 years ago
Practical Action Nepal
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