The Australasian Beekeeper – February 2020 – Vol. 121, No. 8

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Published February 2020

For the February edition of The Australasian Beekeeper we have updates to the Honey industry in regard to the recent bushfires and drought, as well as the report of more Asian Honeybees suspected in Townsville. Liz Frost covers an article on mental health in these current times and Des Cannon looks at the Carbon footprint of the beekeeping industry. This month, Ross Conrad delivers ‘In the Apiary’ on the topic of feeding time.

Looking into nutrition, we have an in-depth article from Dale Hill PHD, which looks at the pieces of the puzzle in regard to feeding bees. We also have another enlightening article about pollen, and Clarence Collison gives us plenty to thinking about with his article on larval pheromones. In recent research we all looking at the flight guidance mechanisms of honeys bees and the interstate highways that bees use.

Don’t miss our regular catch up on the news in the bee world, items for sale in the classifieds section, as well as positions vacant, and you connect with other beekeepers via our associations page, this month we feature Part 2.

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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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• In the Apiary – Is it Feeding Time in your Apiary?
• Carbon Footprint of the Beekeeping Industry
• Mental Health of Beekeepers
• Bee Pollen: An Overview
• Honey Bee Nutrition
• A Closer Look: Larval Pheromones
• Recent Research – Here and Overseas – Flight Guidance Mechanisms of Honeybee Swarms – How they get Where they are Going
• Recent Research – Here and Overseas – Bee Interstate Highways for Bees

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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