August 2014

Vol.116,No2

A small load of bee hives and mating nucs bedded down for winter on the NSW South Coast. The well-drained site gets full sun at midday, and the supers are full of honey from Heath-leaved Banksia, (Banksia ericifolia) which has almost finished flowering

A small load of bee hives and mating nucs bedded down for winter on the NSW South Coast. The well-drained site gets full sun at midday, and the supers are full of honey from Heath-leaved Banksia, (Banksia ericifolia) which has almost finished flowering

  • The wheels do turn, albeit slowly
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • Charges for Importing Queen Bees
    • Honey bee genotypes and the environment
    • Africanised bees in Colorado
    • Mood swings in your beehives
  • Letters to the Editor
    • Re: Feeding queen
  • In The Apiary
    • Re: Controlling small hive beetle with chux wipes
  • Neighbours and Residents - a jar of honey is not always the answer
  • Effects of abamectin on pollinating bees
  • Labour-saving Tricks I’ve learned
  • Bee Stings - An Occupational Hazard
  • Comb Honey Basics – Getting Started and Early Spring
  • Is There a Difference Between Domesticated and Feral Bees?
  • Introducing Queens
  • Keeping Bees Gentle
  • USDA – Focus on Honey Bee Health
    • Statement of Jeff Pettis
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Effects of Migratory Beekeeping on Worker Longevity and Oxidative Stress
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS