April 2013

Vol.114,No10

Bubbles on the bottom of cells (frame upside down to make bubbles rise) - caused by the very high hydrogen peroxide activity of pure Jarrah honey in WA Photo courtesy Kim Fewster

Bubbles on the bottom of cells (frame upside down to make bubbles rise) - caused by the very high hydrogen peroxide activity of pure Jarrah honey in WA
Photo courtesy Kim Fewster

  • Getting ready for Winter after a tough summer/autumn
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • Laser Developed for Mars Used to Detect Fake Honey
    • Correction
    • Aussie beekeepers – as seen by an American
    • Dates for 2013 Annual State Conference Conferences
  • Letters To The Editor
    • RE: Beginning In Bees – Part 323. Pollen
    • Work Wanted
    • Work Wanted
  • New proposals for biosecurity and disease management for apiarists
  • Carbon Footprint of the Beekeeping Industry
  • Nosema ceranae and Honey Production
  • Understanding Bee Anatomy - a full colour guide - by Ian Stell
    • Book Review
  • Silk, Pasteur and the Honey Bee
    • The Story of Nosema Disease
  • Beekeeping Involves Donkey Work in Brazil
  • Almond Pollination Math
  • New Quarantine Complex -  Preview
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Wild pollinators increase crop fruit set regardless of honey bees
    • Measuring the Buzz in the Hive
    • USA- Effects of Long Distance Transportation on Honey Bee Physiology
  • Nosema ceranae and Fipronil Exposure
  • BEGINNING IN BEES
    • Part 325.3 Other Insect Pollination
    • Part 325.4 Animal Pollination
    • Part 325.5 Other Pollinating Vehicles
    • Part 325.5.1 Other Pollinating Vehicles (Wind)
    • Part 325.5.2 Other Pollinating Vehicles (Water)
    • Part 325.5.3 Other Pollinating Vehicles (Mechanical Pollination)
    • Next Issue: Hiring Bees for Pollination
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS