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|[News Item #25] beekeeping blog|
Join, participate or just read updates on products and the wonderful environment we live in on the new blog.
|[News Item #24] Radio Interview|
Listen to a radio interview with Frans Slabber (owner/operator) of Slabber Apiculture on beekeeping as a hobby.
|[News Item #23] 5-Frame Trap Hives|
High quality, lightweight 5-frame trap hives produced.
|[News Item #22] Researchers reveal how a queen bee's perfume helps her hold sway in the hive.|
Researchers reveal how a queen bee's perfume helps her hold sway in the hive.
|[News Item #21] AFB in South Africa|
Meeting to be held at the Agricultural Research Institute in Stellenbosch, Western Cape, to discuss the current status and future direction of managing this new disease in South Africa.
|[News Item #20] New Website Launched|
Slabber Apiculture is proud to display its new look site
|[News Item #19] Honey Contamination Examples|
Contamination of honey by chemicals applied to protect honeybee combs from wax-moth (Galleria mellonela L.)
|[News Item #18] ApiaryNet : Apiary Management Software|
Manage your apiary records online.
|[News Item #17] Apiculture Forum|
Apiculture related www forum created.
|[News Item #16] Website updated|
New content has been added to the products, market and contact pages.
|[News Item #15] New Market Place|
Slabber Apiculture website offers free advertising for small farmers/manufacturers.
|[News Item #14] New Langstroth Brood Hives|
First brood hive enclosures available.
|[News Item #13] The Glycemic Index of Honey|
A preliminary assessment of the glycemic index of honey and the effect of different flower nectar on it.
|[News Item #12] Oldest Bee Fossil Discovered|
Perfectly preserved in amber, the fossil was discovered in Burma. The specimen has been dated at approximately 100 million years.
|[News Item #11] 5-Frame Trap Hives Produced|
Pollination has started manufacturing its first hive box product, for the trapping of swarms.
|[News Item #10] Klein Karoo Snow Photographs|
Some landscape photos of my recent trip through the Klein Karoo.
|[News Item #9] Bibby's Hoek Kloofing|
With Otto in the Homtini indigenous forest.
|[News Item #8] Wolwerivier Rock|
Rock climbing near Rondevlei with Otto, Jesaja, Kito and Debbie.
|[News Item #7] Drupkelders Hiking|
Hiking down to the Homtini river through the forest near Knysna. Good kloofing potential.
|[News Item #6] Salt River Crags|
Rock climbing with Otto at the crags outside Plettenberg Bay(South Africa) near the Kurland Brick works.