March 2013

Vol.114,No9

A honeybee captured in flight as it collects pollen from a Linden tree in a Canberra suburban backyard Photo courtesy Bruno Ehrensperger

A honeybee captured in flight as it collects pollen from a Linden tree in a Canberra suburban backyard
Photo courtesy Bruno Ehrensperger

  • Passing of Time

  • Editorial Notes….

    • Copy Deadlines

    • Follow up on ‘Misleading Labels’ (Jan. 2013 Issue, p. 273

    • Interception of Asian bees (Apis cerana) in Townsville

    • Russians seek to develop cold-resistant bees

    • Europe Moves against neonicatinoids

    • European Food Safety Agency EFSA - Scientific Colloquium

    • Early blooming goes with early leaf buds

    • Registration of Copper Naphthanate

    • Dates for 2013 Annual State Conference Conferences

  • Letters To The Editor

    • Tribute to Keith McIlvride

    • The Last Straw!

    • Work Wanted

    • RE: Beetubes January 2013 Issue, p. 282

    • Calm Bees

  • Vale Keith McIlvride

  • Seminar and Breeder Queen Sale

  • OBITUARY

    • John Edward Williams

  • Drone Congregation Areas

  • OBITUARY

    • Bill Markwort 1934-2012 -The Life of a Honey Man

  • In The Apiary

    • What’s wrong with my brood?

  • Sick Bees

    • Colony Collapse Revisted – Genetically Modified Plants (Part II)

  • New Components of Epigenetic ‘Code’ or Honeybee Development Discovered

  • HiveAliveTM

  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas

    • Finnish honey demonstrates antimicrobial activity

    • US: Honey bee almond pollination more effective when other species present

  • Planting Guide Helps people Make the Right Choices

  • Honey Crystallisation

  • BEGINNING IN BEES

    • CHAPTER 8 – POLLINATION

    • Part 325 An Overview of Pollination

    • Part 325.01 Categorizing Pollination

    • Part 325.2.1 Categorizing Pollination (Vegetable Crops [Group F])

    • Part 325.2.2 Categorizing Pollination (Vegetable Crops [Group S])

    • Part 325.2.3 Categorizing Pollination (Grain/Seed Crops [Group S])

    • Part 325.2.4 Categorizing Pollination (Fruits, Annual [Group F])

    • Part 325.2.4 Categorizing Pollination (Fruits, Perennial [(Group F])

  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS