March 2014

Vol.115,No9

  • Climate Change is Affecting Our Bees
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • Extension to deadline for submissions to the Senate Inquiry
    • Specialist Apiary Officer Appointed for Tasmania
    • Melaleucas: Their Botany. Essential Oils and Uses
    • Cold will affect fruit crops, and pollination jobs.
    • It Is Never That Simple
  • Letters to the Editor
    • Re: The Proposed Increase in Levies
    • Work Wanted
    • Work or Traineeship Wanted
  • In The Apiary
    • Beneficial Nematodes as a Biological Control for Small Hive Beetle
  • Why the Honeybee Industry Needs a National Bee Biosecurity Program, and a National Bee Pest Surveillance Program
  • How to Install a Nuc
  • Marking Queen Bees
  • Extracting, Amateur style - a whole lot of ‘sticky’ fun!
  • Effect of September 2013 Fires
  • Joe Tobin Retires
  • Beekeeping 2.5
  • Apimondia Contests - XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress
    • World Beekeeping Awards 2013 - Commercial Honey Classes
  • RIRDC Honeybee R & D News
  • How Bees Measure Distance to a Food Source
  • New Scientific Research
  • Canadian Bees used as a Vector to Transmit Pesticides
  • On the Move - Practical Beekeeping Tips
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Agricultural Policies Exacerbate Honeybee Pollination Service Supply-Demand Mismatches Across Europe
    • Male Honey Bees More Susceptible Than Female to Widespread Intestinal Parasite
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS