March 2015

Vol.116, No 9

Cedar and Stuart Anderson, from Northern NSW, with their exciting new hive technology, allowing honey to be extracted without opening the hive

Cedar and Stuart Anderson, from Northern NSW, with their exciting new hive technology, allowing honey to be extracted without opening the hive

  • The Draft Code of Practice and National Bee Biosecurity Program
  • Editorial Notes….
  • Copy Deadlines
    • More on ‘Honeybee’ versus ‘Honey bee’
    • Sentinel Hive at Eden
    • $2.5 Million Dollars Falsely-labelled Chinese Honey Seized in Houston
    • How to differentiate between real and artificial honey?
    • Bayer CropScience Nominated for Year’s Worst Corporate Award
    • 2015 Australian Conferences
  • Letters to the Editor
    • Re: AFB: Unmasking the facts
    • Re: Living With AFB
    • Re: Biosecurity – A Gap at the Port of Eden’
    • The Australian Honey Bee Industry “Biosecurity Code of Practice”
  • In The Apiary
    • A Safe, innovative, Pesticide-free Varroa Control
  • AFB – A Personal Case Study
  • Equalization of Bee Colonies Strength
  • The Anderson Flow™ Hive
  • Southern Tablelands Branch Queen Breeding Field Day
  • Congratulations to Professor Ben Oldroyd
  • Honey Bee Pollination with Movie Clips: Following Individual Foragers
  • ABA NSW Field day
  • Principles of genetics for beekeepers
  • The Creative Marketing of Honey
  • WAX CELL CUP PRODUCTION
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • United Kingdom- Towards Integrated Control Of Varroa
    • United Kingdom- The Effect of One Generation of Controlled Mating on the Expression of Hygienic Behaviour in Honey Bees
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS