April 2012

Vol.113,No10

Drone bees being used on Rottnest Island for a fertility experiment as part of CYBER’s work – the drones were trying desperately to escape from behind the excluder door Photo courtesy Barbara Baer

Drone bees being used on Rottnest Island for a fertility experiment as part of CYBER’s work – the drones were trying desperately to escape from behind the excluder door
Photo courtesy Barbara Baer

  • Honey Prices and Honey Imports
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • www.theabk.com.au
    • Ben Hooper’s Nuffield Report
    • THE ABK March 2013 Issue
    • Melbourne City Rooftops Abuzz With Bees
    • Wild and Wet Weather Causes Dips in Honey Production
    • The Independence Almond
    • Bayer Initiates Global ‘Bee Care Program’ or ‘The Fox in the Henhouse’?
    • More Pesticide Problems with Overseas Honey
    • 2012 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND SECTOR CONFERENCES
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    • Resource Security in the Face of Mining Pressure
    • Re: Ambivalent Stand on Use of Chemicals
    • Work Wanted
    • Work Wanted
  • Is Imadicloprid The Cause Of Colony Collapse Disorder?
  • HONEYBEE ADVISORY COMMITTEE VACANCIES: TWO (2) COMMITTEE MEMBERS
  • IN THE APIARY
    • Re: Centenary of European Honeybees in Australia Approaches
    • NZ Humma Honey Wax Separator to be exported globally
  • Vale Monte Klinger
  • The Apis cerana Incursion- Experience of a Volunteer Hobbyist
  • Where Have All The LadyBirds Gone?
  • HERITAGE WEEK 2012 - AMAZING STORIES - INNOVATION AND INVENTIONS
  • Bee Trade Show 2012
  • Famous Beekeepers Around The World
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • INFORMATION ON THE “JAVA TYPE OF VARROA JACOBSONI
  • Beeswax
  • May the Force Bee With You
  • BEGINNING IN BEES
    • Part 318 Veterinary uses of Honey
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS