The Australasian Beekeeper – April 2019 – Vol. 120, No. 10

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Published April 2019

In this month’s edition of The Australasian Beekeeper we find out that it’s the little things that matter. Bees are not alone in the dramatic decline of insect pollinators our article about insect decline comes direct from the UN Environment Program. We to learn about establishing two queen colonies, a skill for all beekeepers from commercial apiarists to the backyard hive owner. Look at how bees cope with stress and also how they deal with naturally occurring poisons. Our article on the pesticide situation will get you thinking. Find out about the commercial possibilities of native blue banded bees and take a closer look at the foraging behaviour of honey bees. Read all about the recent research in the feeding habits of varroa and the implications of these new findings.

Don’t miss our regular catch up on the news in the bee world, and connect with other beekeepers via our associations page.

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This magazine is Posted FREE within Australia, Overseas postage based on weight – please contact: office@theABK.com.au or phone: +61 7 4580 1414 to arrange an order quotation.

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• Spread of Disease – Who are the Culprits
• We’re losing the little things that run the world
• Establishing Two Queens Instead of One Queen in a Honey Bee Colony – Part 3 – Operating two-queen colonies
• How do Honey Bees React to Naturally-Occurring Poisons
• Bee Stress
• The Pesticide Situation Part 1
• A Closer Look – Foraging Behaviour
• Recent Research – Here and Overseas – Varroa Destructor feeds on honey bee fat body tissue and not hemolymph
• The buzz about blue banded bees
• Beekeepers’ Associations – Part 2

This magazine is Posted FREE within Australia, Overseas postage based on weight – please contact: office@theABK.com.au or phone: +61 7 4580 1414 to arrange an order quotation.

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