ABK – November 2021 – Vol. 123 No. 5

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Don’t miss this month’s issue of The Australasian Beekeeper to keep up to date with research on the origin of rare, healthy sugar found in stingless bee honey, information on Australia’s national honey library designed to trace and catalogue honey provenance, and the investigation of declining bee populations that may be due to rising CO2 levels. Read about the native bees eligible for the IUCN Red List of threatened species after last year’s bushfires, and the research that continues with pollen subs Part 3, while Clarence Collison looks at honey composition and properties. The segment In The Apiary looks at how to stop your honey from growing candy which you can then follow up by reading about requeening before finishing off by pursuing the Classifieds.

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Don’t miss this month’s issue of The Australasian Beekeeper to keep up to date with research on the origin of rare, healthy sugar found in stingless bee honey, information on Australia’s national honey library designed to trace and catalogue honey provenance, and the investigation of declining bee populations that may be due to rising CO2 levels. Read about the native bees eligible for the IUCN Red List of threatened species after last year’s bushfires, and the research that continues with pollen subs Part 3, while Clarence Collison looks at honey composition and properties. The segment In The Apiary looks at how to stop your honey from growing candy which you can then follow up by reading about requeening before finishing off by pursuing the Classifieds.

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