October 2011

Vol.113, No4

As we head into spring and summer, don’t forget that your bees need water. Providing water (perhaps in a bucket of wet sand) will especially help to keep urban neighbours on side with you having bees in your back yard. Photo courtesy Naomi Kieser

As we head into spring and summer, don’t forget that your bees need water. Providing water (perhaps in a bucket of wet sand) will especially help to keep urban neighbours on side with you having bees in your back yard.
Photo courtesy Naomi Kieser

  • Return to the Hoary Old Chestnut
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • www.theabk.com.au
    • Authorities destroy bee hive on ship in Darwin Harbour
    • Beehives at Chicago Airport
    • Queen’s Bees at Buckingham Palace
    • ‘Hoary old chestnut’
    • Is AHBIC Performing?
  • IN THE APIARY
    • The effect of Copper napthenate on bees
  • Bayer and Syngenta Managers charged over insecticides that are killing bees
  • BEEKEEPERS’ FIELD DAY - TOCAL
    • October 29th 2011
  • Colony Management
  • Why I Price At $7: OneBeekeeper's Strategy
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    • Re:‘Why the Fuss About European Honeybees Being Exotic?’
  • Bees as trading stock in ancient Wales
  • How to Make a ‘Steinkraus-Morse Swarm Catcher’
  • VALE - Edward J. (Eddie) Moylan of Seymour
  • Wax Moth Biology and Open Air Comb Storage
    • Recommended Control Methods for Wax Moth in Australia
  • BEGINNING IN BEES
    • Part 308 Transporting Honeycomb
    • Part 309 Storage of Honey
    • Part 310 Labelling
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS