August 2015

Vol.117,No2

An old Penders Beeswax press, age unknown, found in a shed in Victoria as part of a deceased estate Photo courtesy Terry Carpenter

An old Penders Beeswax press, age unknown, found in a shed in Victoria as part of a deceased estate Photo courtesy Terry Carpenter

  • Honey industry threatened by plan to auction sites
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • The economics of paying for Forestry sites
    • AFB Hits South Africa
    • Nosema warning to beekeepers
    • Mechanical Pollination of Apples and Cherries
  • Letters to the Editor
    • Re: ‘Not all Leptospermums are Equal’
    • Eva Crane Trust – News Update
  • In The Apiary
    • Observations on Pollination and Fertilisation – Robinvale, August 2014
  • TOCAL FIELD DAY
    • October 24th 2015
  • VARROA MITE REPRODUCTION
  • Spring Management
    • - Tips and Shortcuts – Part II
  • More Advertising on British Rail!
  • Swarming Causes
  • Looking for “the best bee”
    • - An experiment about interactions between origin and environment of honey bee strains
  • Vale – Max Robertson
  • BEEKEEPER FIELD DAY - Tamworth
  • SEVEN OR MORE TIMES
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Sweden- With Just One Queen, How Do Honey Bees Avoid Inbreeding ?
    • Varroa Mimics the Smell of Honey Bees to Get Into a Hive
    • Nosema ceranae Can Infect Honey Bee Larvae as Well as Adults
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS