October 2016

Vol.118,No4

   
  
 
 
  
    
  
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    With Spring well underway, hive populations will be booming. Masses of different coloured pollens indicate a plentiful supply of protein coming into the hive

With Spring well underway, hive populations will be booming. Masses of different coloured pollens indicate a plentiful supply of protein coming into the hive

  • The Rumour Mill
  • Editorial Notes….
  • Copy Deadlines
  • Postage Increases and Late Subscription Renewals
  • Canada Being Hit Hard by Suspicious Honey Imports
  • First Varroa treatment approved for use in Australia
  • Notation to September article on Leptospermum
  • 2017 State/National Conferences
  • Air pollutants degrade floral scents and increase insect foraging times
  • Book Review
  • A Buzz in the Meadow
  • The Melting Pot
  • Do I want this book?
  • In The Apiary
  • Swarm Control Measures
  • Looking After Your Queens
  • Understanding Colony Buildup and Decline Part 9B
  • The Regulation of Bee Longevity
  • Bee Development
  • Neonicotinoids linked to wild bee and butterfly declines in Europe and US
  • Climate Change: A bee problem we can potentially solve – Part 1
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
  • Researchers identify how queen bees repress workers’ fertility
  • USDA Scientists and Beekeepers Swap Colonies to Better Bees
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS