December 2014

Vol.116,No6

Pink flowering Blue gum, which yielded honey in Upper SE South Australia in October Photo courtesy Martin Gilbert

Pink flowering Blue gum, which yielded honey in Upper SE South Australia in October Photo courtesy Martin Gilbert

  • Effect of neonics on bees after Canola?
  • Editorial Notes….
  • Copy Deadlines
    • Post-Varroa bee industry in New Zealand humming along
    • Slovakia use of honey to treat corneal ulcers in the eye
    • Timely warning for Australian beekeepers seeking to employ overseas workers?
    • AHBIC Success on Turkish Honey Front
    • Self-pollinating almond trees soon available in Australia
    • Kelley Bee package bee Installation Video
    • Bees as environmental monitoring systems
    • 2015 Australian Conferences
  • Letters to the Editor
    • Message from Denis Anderson in the UAE
    • Re: Screened Bottom Boards
  • Entomovectoring – An Opportunity For Beekeepers, Agriculturalists And The Environment!!
  • Is the APVMA on top of Neonicotinoids?
  • Bee excited, honey is liquid gold
  • In The Apiary
    • How To Handle Robber Bees In Your Apiary
  • Borage and Bees for Strawberry Pollination - An Informal Experiment
  • Tocal Field day – 25th October 2014
  • Screened bottom boards
  • The Difference Between Domesticated and Feral Bees? (Part 2)
  • Climate Questions for Beekeeping
  • INQUIRY MAKES A BEELINE FOR PRODUCTIVITY LIFT
  • Post-mating changes in Queen bees
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Can We Disrupt the Sensing of Honey Bees by the Bee Parasite Varroa destructor?
  • Concrete Hive Stands
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS