July 2013

Vol.115,No1

Honeybee Intent on Gathering Nectar Photo courtesy Bruno Ehrensperger

Honeybee Intent on Gathering Nectar
Photo courtesy Bruno Ehrensperger

  • Beekeeping’s Next Challenge
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • Scientists Use Bees to Fight Fruit Tree Fire Blight
    • Vale Alan Kessell and Heather Rice
    • The ABK Awards
    • Shortage of bees for Almond pollination?
    • New ZealandAgain Shows Marketing Edge
    • Chinese Honey Smugglers Now Target France
    • Queen bees Importation Allowed, SHB off the Nationally Notifiable List
  • Letters To The Editor
    • Work Wanted
  • Oz Bees Going To Canada This Season. U.S. Next?
  • In The Apiary
    • A Chemical Treatment Option for AFB?
  • The Buzz from the 100thNSW Apiarists’ Association Annual Conference
    • – told from a relatively ‘new’, ‘young’, ‘female’ amateur beekeeper’s perspective.
  • So, how’s Mrs P?
  • Bumblebees - What We Should Know About Them
  • Honeybee R&D News
  • Promotion of Honey
    • HONEY WEEK IN “THE ALICE”
  • Taking the big picture to see the regional relevance
    • Physics ‘without borders’ helps solve the complexity of Australia’s climate drivers
  • WILL CHINA EAT WHAT THEY SEND US?
  • Book Launch – ‘Native Eucalypts Of South Australia’
  • Thoughts on the EU Ban on Neonicatinoids
  • How Long Does a Bee Live?
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Ants foraging on nectar transmit yeasts and may affect honeybees
    • Remote sensing of beehives to improve surveillance
    • SuperBoost: Before and Now
  • NSW DPI BIOSECURITY COMPLIANCE REPORT (APIARY)
    • NSWAA Annual Conference, Merimbula 24 MAY 2013
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS