November 2013

Vol.115,No5

Honeybee working Canola flowers this Spring. Canola has for many years provided commercial beekeepers an opportunity for early colony build-up at the start of the season.Photo courtesy Krysteen McElroy

Honeybee working Canola flowers this Spring. Canola has for many years provided commercial beekeepers an opportunity for early colony build-up at the start of the season.Photo courtesy Krysteen McElroy

  • Antibacterial Action of Honey
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • CSIRO Study – Assistance Needed
    • Canadian Honey Council Not Yet Opposed to Neonicotinoids
    • Health Canada Declare Use of Neonic-treated Seed to be ‘Unsustainable’
    • Scotland’s heather Honey in Competition with NZ Manuka
    • Conference Dates 2014
  • Letters to the Editor
    • Re: Sulfoxalor
  • In The Apiary
    • Controlling small hive beetles with chux wipes
  • Book Review: ‘Quest for the Perfect Hive’
  • Archbishop of Canterbury becomes Patron of Bees Abroad
  • To Feed Or Not To Feed Honey Bees
  • What Drives South Australia’s Weather?
  • In the ‘old’ days, things were meant to last...
  • And seen on the London ‘tube’ (underground metro rail)...
  • Honeybee R&D News
  • A Day in the Apiary of the Parramatta Branch of the Amateur Beekeepers’ Association!
  • Egg-laying Worker Bees
  • Varroa and Genetics
  • Swarm Prevention By Demaree Method
  • Making Beeswax Candles
  • Honeybee Pheromones
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS