November 2014

Vol.116, No 5

Spring has arrived – the season when bees will visit any and all flowers in pursuit of pollen and nectar Photo courtesy Annie Collenette

Spring has arrived – the season when bees will visit any and all flowers in pursuit of pollen and nectar Photo courtesy Annie Collenette

  • Change to The ABK
  • Editorial Notes….
  • Copy Deadlines
    • Small Hive Beetle in Italy
    • Turkish Honey
    • Qld Biosecurity regulations to be reviewed
    • Post-Varroa viruses in New Zealand
    • Link Between Pesticides, Hive Collapse and Human Health?
    • 2015 Australian Conferences
  • Letters to the Editor
    • CSIRO Advance Bee Research
  • In The Apiary
    • Bees to replace spraying for cherry brown rot
  • Wax moth
  • Large-Scale Methods of Making Increase Colonies (Part 3)
  • Comb Honey Basics Part 2 – Late Spring – Early Summer
  • Beekeeping in the Kingdom of Tonga on the Island of Vava'u
  • BeeAware
  • Canadian Beekeepers Sue Bayer and Syngenta - $400million – but Syngenta Want More
  • PHONE APP FOR AUSTRALIAN BEEKEEPERS AND FARMERS TO ASSIST PROTECT POLLINATORS
  • Dangerous liaisons: the problem with Asian and Australian honey bees mating
  • Honey Bees and Pesticides, Again – a Lesson from the (recent) Past
  • Beneficial Effects of Honey Further Validated
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Reproductive cycle triggered when colonies reach 4,000 members
    • Antibiotic resistance found in gut microbes of US bees
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS