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  1. American honey plants; together with those which are of special value to the beekeeper as sources of pollen.
    By: Pellett, Frank Chapman,
    Publication info: Hamilton, Ill.,American Bee Journal,1920.
    Contributed by: Mertz Library, The New York Botanical Garden
    Subjects: Honey plants  North America  
    BHL Collections: New York Botanical Garden
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  2. Bees for the horticulturist, bulletin of the Kansas state horticultural society.
    By: Kansas State Horticultural Society.
    Publication info: Topeka,B. P. Walker,1922.
    Contributed by: Cornell University Library
    Subjects: Bees  Honey plants  
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  3. Honey plants of California /
    By: Richter, M. C.
    Publication info: Berkeley, Cal. :Agricultural Experiment Station,1911.
    Contributed by: University of California, Davis Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: California  Honey plants  
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  4. The truth about sweet clover; its value for honey, for plowing under, as a fertilizer of the soil and food for horses, cattle, swine, sheep, etc.; and last, but not least, as a valuable plant for the introduction of nitrogen-gathering bacteria ...
    By: A.I. Root Company.
    Publication info: Medina, Ohio,The A. I. Root company,1910.
    Contributed by: Cornell University Library
    Subjects: Clover  Honey plants  
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