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Effect Of Soybean, Chickpea, And Prosopis Juliflora Pod Meal Supplementation On Honeybee (apis Mellifera) Performance During Dearth Period
This study investigated the effect of dietary supplementation on the development and strength of bee colonies and honey production, especially during the dearth period in Marigat, Baringo County, Kenya. There were four dietary treatments: T1 (control), T2 (soybean flour), T3 (chickpea flour), and T4 (ground Prosopis juliflora pods. The feeding trial was conducted in a dearth period, April to July 2023. In a CRD design, twelve wooden Langstroth hives of similar colony strength were randomly selected and labeled. Each hive received 250g of the specific dietary treatment weekly for thirteen weeks using the top bar feeding technique.
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