05 d’octubre 2016

INTERNATIONAL BEEKEEPING MAGAZINE

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• Brexit & Beekeeping
• Using Infra Red Light to Study Honeybee Behaviour
• Apiguard Approved for Varroa Control in Europe
• BBKA, Winter Survival Rate
• BFA, Open Meeting at Kew Gardens
• IBRA, Tribute to Dr Peter Nolan
• COLOSS, Colony Losses 2105-2016
• LASI, Direct Queen Introduction with Smoke but Without Cages
• Varroa Resistance / Swarming and Varroa
• Pesticides in Garden Plants
• Bumblebees & International Apitherapy/Apiquality Symposium
• Central Association of Beekeepers, Annual Conference
• The Relationship Between The U.S. Government & Beekeepers
• Beekeeping For Rehabilitation & Vocational Training
• Honeybees as Pollinators & Oil Seed Rape Honey
• The History of School Beekeeping
• Bumblebees use Taste to Discriminate Between Proffered Pollen
• Beekeeping Trinidad and Tobago Style
• Update on the Slovenian & Flow Hives
• Conservation, The Stag Beetle
• The Battle of the Somme as seen through British Bee Journal
• Latest News + Much More!
 
The magazine carries correspondents from all corners of the world:

Australia  Geoff Manning
Canada David Dawson
Croatia Gordon Lovric
Cyprus Roger White
Czech Republic Dr Vita Vydra
England Nigel Payne
France Job Pichon
Italy Alison Parnell & Ilaria Baldi
Ireland Philip McCabe
Lithuania Rimantas Zujus
Nepal Tajeen Pun
The Netherlands Ko Zoet
Poland Maciej Winiarski
Portugal Antonio Pouseiro
Scotland M. Thornley & E. McArthur
Serbia Predrag Cvetkovik
Russia Vitaliy Petrovsky
Ukraine Dr Alexander Komissar
USA Ann Harman

The current issue September 2016 (No. 125), 160 pages packed with news, articles, letters and book reviews.

"The BKQ is my window to beekeeping all over the world, John and his crew get A+ every issue!" Kim Flottum - Bee Culture, The Magazine of American Beekeeping.
 

This magazine is truly the most thoroughly researched and international quarterly beekeeping magazine available.

Only £30 for 4 issues annually.