February 2014

Vol.115,No8

Beehives on Norfolk Island, in front of two fine specimens of the well-known Norfolk Island pines (see Inside article) Photo courtesy of Sam Malfroy and Norfolk Island Quarantine Survey

Beehives on Norfolk Island, in front of two fine specimens of the well-known Norfolk Island pines (see Inside article)
Photo courtesy of Sam Malfroy and Norfolk Island Quarantine Survey

  • The Importance of an Open Mind
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • Beekeeping Courses in Australia – 2014
    • NZ Manuka Industry Bracing for Exposé
    • Beekeeper Compares Bees to Politicians (unfavourably)
    • Conference Dates 2014
  • In The Apiary
    • Addressing the Partially Filled Honey Super
  • The Importance of Safety
  • Pollen and Bee Bread
  • The Price of Honey
  • Bees on Norfolk Island
  • New IBRA Publication - ‘The Folk Art of Slovenian Hive Fronts’
  • Powdered sugar dusting in bee colonies as Varroa control
    • A bee-friendly way to knock down Varroa mites
  • Putting a Value on a Tree
  • What Drives Queensland’s Weather?
  • Book Review: Keeping Bees With A Smile
  • Finding Contentment in Beekeeping
  • Beekeeping by the Numbers
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Queen bee's honesty is the best policy for reproduction signals
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS