The Australasian Beekeeper – April 2021 – Vol. 122, No. 10

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Published April 2021

April’s issue of The Australasian Beekeeper is jam-packed with articles. Learn how to Give Your Bees a Shake-up during Sugar Shake Month and stay informed with Wintering Bees and Backyard Beekeeping 101. Dive into Native Australian Bees as Crop Pollinators and catch Alan Wade’s final part on two-queen hives. Mary Montaut considers The Value of Hedgerows for Pollination and Hexagons in the world of bees. Jim Wright decides to hang up his bee suit after 75 years and says Farewell to Bees. Clarence Collison discusses the fascinating phenomenon of temporal polyethism and Recent Research looks at the scientific study of the effect the insecticide, imidacloprid, has on ground-nesting bees. Finally, prepare for the best day of the calendar year – World Bee Day.

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• Industry Updates – Tasmanian Honey Samples Needed
• Gives Your Bees A Shake-up
• For New Beekeepers – Wintering Bees
• Backyard Beekeeping 101: All You Need to Know
• Some Reflections of Honey Bee Improvement Programs Since 1980
• World Bee Day
• Hexagons
• Native Australian Bees as Crop Pollinators
• A History of Two-Queen Hives – Part 4: The Two-Queen Consolidated Brood Nest Hive
• The Value of Hedgerows for Pollination
• Farewell to Bees
• A Closer Look – A Temporal Polytheism
• Recent Research – Here and Overseas – Pesticide Threatens Future for Key Pollinator

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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