July 2014

Vol.116,No1

A glimpse into the fascinating world of Honeybees – two very interested youngsters at the ‘SA National Honey Month’ display Photo Courtesy Martin Gilbert

A glimpse into the fascinating world of Honeybees – two very interested youngsters at the ‘SA National Honey Month’ display Photo Courtesy Martin Gilbert

  • Promoting Honey in the Face of the Sugar Debate
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • ABK Award Best Article of the Year – Vol.115
    • ABK Award Best Photo of the Year – Vol.115
    • Use of Honey bees in alternative medicine
    • Increasing Use of IPM to control Varroa in the UK
    • Neonicotinoids ‘Unlikely to Present Greater Risk to Honeybees’
  • Letters to the Editor
    • Re: ‘Beekeeping on the Move’
  • In The Apiary
    • Re: Nematodes For SHB Control - The Lowdown
  • Book Review: Producing Royal Jelly
  • Technique to detect pesticides in dead bees
  • Soda Crystals - the answer to everything!
  • Biologist discovers ‘Stop’ signal in communications between bees
  • Visit to Myanmar (Part 2)
  • Multiple Egg Laying by Queen
  • Aussie Honey Good for Gut Health
  • What Drives Tasmania’s Weather?
  • Promoting Honey – ‘National Honey Month’ in SA
  • Book Review: The Folk Art of Slovenian Hive Fronts
  • Personal Protective Equipment for the Body
  • How to Succeed in Beekeeping Without Really Trying
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Help Combining Colonies
    • Sub-lethal exposure to neonicotinoids impaired honey bees winterization before proceeding to colony collapse disorder
  • Bio-Fuels – A Good Idea in the Wrong Hands
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS