August 2016

Vol.118, NO2

It’s that time again – August, when the Almond is in blossom and thousands of beehives are trucked great distances to pollinate the orchard flowers

It’s that time again – August, when the Almond is in blossom and thousands of beehives are trucked great distances to pollinate the orchard flowers

 

  • Biosecurity Advice 2016-23 - Importation of honey bee semen - Final review of import conditions by the (Federal) Department of Agriculture and Water Resources

  • Editorial Notes….

    • Copy Deadlines

    • Postage Increases and Late Subscription Renewals

    • Newfoundland Allows Be Imports from WA

    • World Bee Day – May 20th?

    • How the Cape bee Does without Males

    • Bee deaths continue in Ontario – related to pesticides

  • Letters to the Editor

  • Re: Standard Hive Dimensions
  • Apimondia Oceania Presidents Report – June 2016

  • Report by Jodie Goldsworthy
  • HELP Get One of our Own Back to his bees

  • Changes for beekeepers in Queensland

  • Tocal Field Beekeepers’day

  • October 29th, 2016
  • In The Apiary

  • Queen quality assessments
  • A Summer Holiday – Part 2

  • West Australia’s Honey Festival

  • Honey Month - May 2016

  • Understanding Colony Buildup and Decline Part 9A

  • The Regulation of Bee Longevity

  • If Bees Are Few

  • A Hive of Bee Poems
  • The Fear of Being Stung – is Worse than the Sting

  • Allergic bee sting reactions - when bee stings turn bad

  • New online tools to help industry BeeAware of biosecurity

  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas

    • Varroa Mites Pick the Best Bees to Bite