November 2011

Vol.113, No5

A honeybee on flowering Eucalyptus caesia in WA Photo courtesy David Dall

A honeybee on flowering Eucalyptus caesia in WA Photo courtesy David Dall

  • Seasonal Outlook – The Need to Remain an Optimist When You are a Beekeeper
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • www.theabk.com.au
    • Europe’s problems summed up
    • The Bees Know….
    • Female promiscuity can rescue populations from harmful effects of inbreeding
    • Copper napthenate in hives
    • Food for thought
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    • American Foulbrood in Hives on Almonds
    • Re: Bill Weiss’  ‘Is AHBIC Performing?’
    • Re: ‘Why the Fuss About European Honeybees Being Exotic?’
    • Leadership Style in the Tasmanian Beekeeping Association
  • IN THE APIARY
    • Can bottom boards help fight the mite?
    • Overwintering of hives
  • Leadership in the Australian Beekeeping Industry
  • GM Pollen in honey…Not Safe says EU Court
    • Response to the judgement from the European Beekeeping Coordination
  • Asian bee Surveillance - Volunteers Wanted
  • Part I - Visit to Chile
  • Miticide and fungicide drug interactions in honey bees
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • In hive fungal bio-control of small hive beetle
  • Root Worm Develops Resistance to GM Corn...Now What? More Pesticides?
  • Exotic pest wiping out pollination
  • Bee Stings
  • BEGINNING IN BEES
    • Part 311 Competitions/Exhibitions
    • Part 311(a) Competitions/Exhibitions – Judges
    • Part 311(b) Competitions/Exhibitions - Containers
    • Part 311(c) Competitions/Exhibitions – Points or No Points
    • Part 311(c1) Competitions/Exhibitions – Points for Queen Bee and Progeny
    • Part 311(c2) Competitions/Exhibitions – Points for Honey
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS