By Harlan H D Attfield
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The beekeeper must use the tube to blow smoke the tin. The longer end should be wrapped with a iayer cloth so it does not get too hot. Figure Figure 18, Bellow smoker 19. Can smoker 26 could with metal from of The best material to burn in the smoker is old, dry sacking or rotten wood, since these burn slowly and give off a cool smoke. cotton waste, wood shavings, cowdung, dried Rags, corn cobs, and dry leaves also make good fuel for the smoker. The material should be lighted tube so that the smoke is fuel.
Proper equipment 2s for beekeeping 1 into the combs makinq singe the bees making the honey dirty. The hot them more apt to sting. embers In most countries a smoker is used in which the burning Figure 18 shows a smoker material is contained inside. a bellows attached, while Figure 19 shows a more simple smoker made from a round tin and a couple of pieces of tubing. The beekeeper must use the tube to blow smoke the tin. The longer end should be wrapped with a iayer cloth so it does not get too hot.