April 2015

Vol.116, No 10

Queen cells, drawn in November 2014 near the North Pine River at Lawnton.  Photo courtesy Howard Kirby

Queen cells, drawn in November 2014 near the North Pine River at Lawnton. 
Photo courtesy Howard Kirby

  • Anderson FlowTM Hive Takes Off Worldwide – But Don’t Ignore Biosecurity
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • US move to use Oxalic acid treatment against Varroa
    • Young foraging bees could be a major factor in colony collapse disorder
    • USA - Government Agency Register New Insecticide Alternative to Neonicotinoids, Safer For Bees
    • Improving Market Access For Small Exporters
    • How do honey bees collect nectar?
  • Letters to the Editor
    • Work Wanted
  • In The Apiary
    • Autumn Management
  • Not all Leptospermums are Equal.
    • Looking for more sources of medicinal Australian Leptospermum (jelly bush) honey
  • Book Review – Australian Beekeeping Guide
  • Bees Being Trained to Detect Diabetes
  • AFB - The signs/symptoms
  • KNOW YOUR PESTS AND DISEASES – DPI Offers New Online Course
  • BLAST FROM THE PAST
  • Understanding Colony Increase and Decline Part 1
  • Understanding Colony Increase and Decline Part 2
  • Effective Biological Varroa Mite Treatment
  • Honey Festival In Western Australia
    • Sunday May 3rd 2015
  • Drone Congregation Areas
  • Cousins of the Bees
  • Tending and treating hives
  • Crystallisation ofand Fermentation in Honey
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Crop Pollination Exposes Honey Bees to Pesticides Which Alters Their Susceptibility to the Gut Pathogen Nosema ceranae
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS