March 2011

Vol.112, No9

A honeybee working lucerne in South Australia this season. With the high rainfall across eastern Australia, many beekeepers have reported good honey crops from lucerne, where fields were too wet to allow haymaking Photo courtesy Mark Shinkfield

A honeybee working lucerne in South Australia this season. With the high rainfall across eastern Australia, many beekeepers have reported good honey crops from lucerne, where fields were too wet to allow haymaking
Photo courtesy Mark Shinkfield

  • Another Disaster For Queensland (and Australia)
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • www.theabk.com.au
    • AQBBP – AI BREEDER QUEENS
    • Loss of Hives in Floods
    • La Niña Related Impacts Likely to Continue
    • 2011 CONFERENCE DATES
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    • Curative Properties of Honey and Bee Venom
    • Re: Requeening with cells
    • Retirement Of Heather Clay
    • Copies Queensland Apicultural Journal 1916 to 1922 Sought
  • Evaluation of Varroa mite tolerance
  • IN THE APIARY
  • The Next Generation
  • Building Hive Numbers While Managing AFB
  • Book Review: Honeybee Democracy
  • Honeybee and Pollination CRC Update
  • Wild Things in a Box
  • ABA Annual Field Day – Camden, 19th March 2011
  • In Honour of Lorenzo Lorraine Langstoth’s 200th Birthday (Dec. 25, 2010)
  • BEGINNING IN BEES
    • Part 297 Comb Melting (To extract honey)
    • Part 297(a) Comb Melting (Solar Melting)
    • Part 298 Draining Combs
    • Part 299 Honey Movement - Pumps
    • Part 299(a) Honey Movement – Pipes
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS