September 2012

Vol.114,No3

Bees caught in the afternoon sun, while working Spotted gum on the NSW South Coast this winter. Pigeon House Mountain is in the background. Photo Courtesy Ashlee Ralla

Bees caught in the afternoon sun, while working Spotted gum on the NSW South Coast this winter. Pigeon House Mountain is in the background.
Photo Courtesy Ashlee Ralla

  • The Benefit of Providing a Paid Pollination Service
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • Apologies to Financial Subscribers
    • www.theabk.com.au
    • Subscription Price Rise
    • Community garden bee hives in San Francisco destroyed by vandals
    • Olympic Games Gymnastics – another area to market honey
    • Dates for 2013 Annual State Conference Conferences
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    • Work Wanted – Beekeeping, Queen Breeding
  • Protecting bees: a guide for farmers and beekeepers
  • TOCAL FIELD DAY OCTOBER 27TH2012
  • AHBIC AWARD OF EXCELLENCE – LAUNCESTON 2012
    • John Bowland (JB Manufacturing) and Peter Cash (Bee Engineering)
  • Fire – Protect Your Hives
  • IN THE APIARY
    • Healthy Bees – Queenright
  • Promotion of (Australian) Honey
  • APITHOR
    • The Revolutionary Product That Eliminates Small Hive Beetle, Without Harming The Hive.
  • RIRDC Honey R&D News
  • Heat flow in a beehive
  • Don’t Give Up!
  • The History of Bee Breeding
  • BEGINNING IN BEES
    • Part 319.14 Beeswax Uses
    • Part 319.14.1 Beeswax Uses (Comb Foundation)
    • Part 319.14.2 Beeswax Uses (Craft & Other Uses)
    • Part 319.14.3 Beeswax Uses (Industry)
    • Part 319.14.4 Beeswax Uses (Cosmetics)
    • Part 319.14.5 Beeswax Uses (Polishes)
    • Part 319.15 Beeswax (Adulteration)
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS