ABK – September 2021 – Vol. 123, No. 3

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Published September 2021

Don’t miss your issue of the Australasian Beekeeper this month to keep up to date with how to minimise the damage to your hives from Small hive beetle and protect your hives without chemicals from the potential threat of Varroa. Alongside this, read about the effects Thai Sacbrood is having on regions in southern India. The research on pollen subs begins here with Part 1, as well as looking at bee’s social habits and what Covid-19 can teach us about Varroa. If you are starting off in beekeeping, then the segment In The Apiary is just for you which you can then follow up by reading about queen quality and performance before taking a quick trip around the globe on the World Bee Map.

Grab your copy of The Australasian Beekeeper today!

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• In the Apiary – Starting in Beekeeping
• Managing Hives to Minimise Damage from Small Hive Beetle
• Thinking Outside the Box: World Leading Autonomous Beehive
• What Can Covid Teach Us About Varroa?
• Thai Sac Brood Virus a Major Threat for Apis cerana Honey Bee Colonies in South India
• The World Bee Map
• Controlling Varroa Mites Without Chemicals
• Don’t Bee Antisocial!
• A Closer Look – Queen Quality and Performance
• Recent Research – A Comparative Trial of the Pollen Subs 2020 – Part 1

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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