The Australasian Beekeeper – September 2019 – Vol. 121, No. 3

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Published September 2019

Welcome to the September 2019 edition of The Australasian Beekeeper, and the start of Spring!! As the days start to warm up after Winter, it is time to look into your Apiary and prepare for the months ahead. In this issue, We continue on our Nosmea journey with Randy Oliver, as he delivers Part 2 – The Enigma of Nosmea. Liz Frost from the NSW Department of Primary Industries writes a great article on Requeening and why it is a seasonal necessity. Narelleee Debenham returns to the pages of the ABK with an educational story on the new Arthro-Pod insectory at a local school & Mary Montaut shares her views on how honey bees are competing with wild pollinators in an urban landscape.

The outgoing ambassador of The Embassy of Sweden shares what it has been like working with their bees in Canberra. As always, we have a few research articles this issue – looking at global trends in farming practices, broken wing disorders in bees, global temperatures and in A Closer Look, Clarence looks at Mating biology and queen oviposition. Jim Wright shares with us a detailed breakdown on the presentations from the NSW Amateur Beekeeping Associations conference in June this year – The Art & Science of Beekeeping.

Don’t miss our regular catch up on the news in the bee world, and connect with other beekeepers via our associations page, this month we feature Part 1. We also have beekeeping gear for sale in our classifieds section, as well as a variety of advertisers selling their bees and wares to keep your apiary buzzing through Spring and into Summer.

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• In the Apiary – Working with the bees at the Embassy of Sweden in Canberra
• The Enigma of Nosema – Part 2
• Requeening: A seasonal necessity
• New Research suggests that Global Trends in Farming Practices are Undermining Pollinators
• 2019 Conference Report: The Art & Science of Beekeeping
• Do Honey bees Compete with Wild Pollinators in an Urban Landscape?
• Anyone Noticed the New ‘Arthro-POD insectory’ at the Front of the School?
• A Closer Look: Mating biology and queen oviposition

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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