The Australasian Beekeeper – February 2019 – Vol. 120, No. 8

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Published February 2019

Featuring:

  • Guessing our Future with Varroa
  • Bee Friendly Insecticide – Made from Olive Oil, Creating a Buzz around Europe
  • Establishing Two Queens Instead of one Queen in a Honey Bee Colony – Part I

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FEATURING
• An Invitation from the Team in Montreal for Apimondia 2019
• External Attractant Trap for Small Hive Beetle
• Humming Forager Bees – A Neglected Subject in Honey Bee Communication
• Establishing Two Queens Instead of one Queen in a Honey Bee Colony – Part I
Principles of Introducing and Running Two-Queen Colonies
• Piping, Tooting, Quacking and now . . . Whooping!
• Guessing Our Future With Varroa
• France is the First Country to Ban all Five Neonic Pesticides
• Bee Friendly Insecticide – Made from Olive Oil, Creating a Buzz around Europe
• A Closer Look – Impact of Nosema Disease on Reproductive Castes
• How to Make Rammed Earth Blocks for Blue Banded Bees
• Recent Research – A buzzy year for Australian honey bee and pollination research.
USDA ARS Scientists unlock Small Hive Beetle Genome.

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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