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Entomology: UGA Honey Bee Program

Jennifer Berry, MS
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Biographicals
Wilbanks Apiaries
Laurence Cutts
Jessie McCurdy
Brushy Mountain Bee Farm
Bob & Suzette Binnie
UGA Bee Lab
Savannah Bee Company
Rossman Apiaries
Gormanston Ireland
University of Georgia
Georgia Sea Turtle Center
The National Honey Show - England

Beekeeping Craft
Evaluating your Colony & your Queen
Ordering & Installing Packaged Bees
Protecting your Hives
Just Starting Out
Replacing Old Comb
Swarming
Moving Bees
Making Splits
Apiary Safety - Be Prepared
How Natural is "Natural Beekeeping?"
Performing Hive Inspections
Backyard Queen Rearing

Disorders, Infections & Infestations
Pesticides, Bees & Wax
Small Hive Beetle Roundup
Small Cell Foundation & Varroa Mites
Small Hive Beetle Cures
Treating Mites with Powdered Sugar
Natural Beekeeping & Varroa Mites
Biology
What Kind of Queen
Drone Honey Bees
Spiders
Wasps & Bees
Africanized Honey Bees
Beekeeping Calendar
A Spring (Management) Primer
Southern Spring
Get Ready to Pollinate this Spring
Dog Days of Summer
Fall Feeding
Fall Fundamentals
Getting Ready (for Winter) Southern Style
Other
Honey Bee Research
Climate Change & Nectar Flows
Shipping Live Bees
Certified Naturally Grown
Hive Scales and the Bee Informed Project
Protecting Beneficial Insects

 

Chronological Index

  1. Berry, J.A. 2005. Wilbanks Apiaries. Bee Culture 133(11): 29-31 PDF file
  2. Berry, J.A. 2006. Laurence Cutts. Bee Culture 134(2): 32-33 PDF file
  3. Berry, J.A. 2007. Georgia's Bee Lab. Bee Culture, 135(2): 43-45. PDF file
  4. Berry, J.A. 2007. A Spring (Management) Primer. Bee Culture, 135(3): 42-44. PDF file
  5. Berry, J.A. 2007. Southern Spring. Bee Culture, 135(4): 59-60. PDF file
  6. Berry, J.A. 2007. Backyard Queens. Bee Culture, 135(5): 24-5. PDF file
  7. Berry, J.A. 2007. Dog Days of Summer. Bee Culture, 135(7): 39-41. PDF file
  8. Berry, J.A. 2007. Getting Ready (for Winter). Bee Culture, 135(9): 33-35. PDF file
  9. Berry, J.A. 2007. Honey Bee Research. Bee Culture, 135(11): 42-44. PDF file
  10. Berry, J.A. 2007. Jessie McCurdy. Bee Culture, 135(12): 48-50. PDF file
  11. Berry, J.A. 2008. Get Ready To Pollinate This Spring. Bee Culture 136(1): 41-43 PDF file
  12. Berry, J.A. 2008. Brushy Mountain Bee Farm. Bee Culture 136(2): 37-39 PDF file
  13. Berry, J.A. 2008. Evaluating Your Colony & Your Queen. Bee Culture 136(3): 53-55 PDF file
  14. Berry, J.A. 2008. Package time. Bee Culture 136(4): 43-45 PDF file
  15. Berry, J.A. 2008. Protect Your Hives. Bee Culture 136(6): 45-47 PDP file
  16. Berry, J.A. 2008. Just Starting Out? Get to a Meeting! Bee Culture 136(7): 37-39 PDF file
  17. Berry, J.A. 2008. Bob & Suzette Binnie. A well run commercial operation in Georgia. Bee Culture 136(9): 31-34 PDF file
  18. Berry, J.A. 2008. Fall Feeding. Bee Culture 136(10): 51-54 PDF file
  19. Berry, J.A. 2008. Replace that Old Comb. Here's why. Bee Culture 136(12): 59-61 PDF file
  20. Berry, J.A. 2009. Pesticides, Bees and Wax. Bee Culture 137(1): 33-35 PDF file
  21. Berry, J.A. 2009. What Kind Of Queen? Italian, Carniolan, Caucasian, or Russian? Bee Culture 137(3): 37-39 PDF file
  22. Berry, J.A. 2009. Rabbits, Turtles and Bees, Oh My! Bee Culture 137(4): 46-48 PDF file
  23. Berry, J.A. 2009. Small Hive Beetle Round-Up. Bee Culture 137(10): 38-40 PDF file
  24. Berry, J.A. 2009. Small Cell Foundation and Varroa Mites. Bee Culture 137(11):49-51 PDF file
  25. Berry, J.A. 2010. An American Beekeeper in London. Bee Culture 138(1): 47-49 PDF file
  26. Berry, J.A. 2010. Climate Change, Nectar Flows, NASA, And You. Bee Culture 138(2): 51-53 PDF file
  27. Berry, J.A. 2010. For the Love of Honey. Bee Culture 138(5): 40-43 PDF file
  28. Berry, J.A. 2010. Keeping colonies from swarming is like forcing a dog to not like
    bacon, a cat to ignore tuna or a fish to breath out of water. Bee Culture 138(6): 47-51 PDF file
  29. Berry, J.A. 2010. Lazy Hazy Days of Summer in the Beeyard. Bee Craft America, August: 6-8 PDF File
  30. Berry, J.A. 2010. Fall Fundamentals: You’ll do things a bit sooner in the North than we do down here, but it’s the same things. Ignore them at your peril. Bee Culture 138(9): 45-47 PDF file
  31. Berry, J.A. 2010. Shipping Live Bees. Bee Culture 138(10): 47-50 PDF file
  32. Berry, J.A. 2011. What’s Worse – The Pest, Or The Cure? When It Comes To Small Hive Beetles, There Are No Easy Choices. Bee Culture 139(1): 27-28 PDF file
  33. Berry, J.A. 2011. African Honey Bees In Georgia - A Tragic Event Is The First Chapter In this Evolving Story. Bee Culture 139(2): 53-55 PDF file
  34. Berry, J.A. 2011. Movin' Bees - Everybody that‛s moved bees has a story. Bee Culture 139(3): 61-63 PDF file
  35. Berry, J.A. 2011. Splits for Different Reasons: What Do You Want from Your Splits? Bee Culture 139(4): 51-52 PDF file
  36. Berry, J.A. 2011. The Not-So-Easy Drones: There's much to be said about the male of the species. Bee Culture 139(8): 23-26 PDF file
  37. Berry, J.A. 2011. Bees for Beef - Certified Naturally Grown. Bee Culture 139(10): 57-59. PDF file
  38. Berry, J.A. 2012. Rossman Apiaries. Bee Culture 140(2): 34-37. PDF file
  39. Berry, J.A. 2012. Spiders. Bee Culture 140(3): 29-31. PDF file
  40. Berry, J.A. 2012. The Dangerous Side of Beekeeping. Bee Culture 140(5): 53-55. PDF file
  41. Berry, J.A. 2012. What's the Buzz About: Wasps & Bees. Bee Culture 140(8): 37-40. PDF file
  42. Berry, J.A. 2012. Gormanston: Meeting Ireland's Best. Bee Culture 140(11): 40-44. PDF file
  43. Berry, J.A. 2012. The Morrill Act & UGA. Bee Culture 140(12): 76-78. PDF file
  44. Berry, J.A. 2013. Powdered Sugar & Varroa. Bee Culture 141(1): 23-25. PDF file
  45. Berry, J.A. 2013. HoneyBeeNet. Bee Culture 141(2): 57-60. PDF file
  46. Berry, J.A. 2013. Protecting Pollinators & Beneficials. Bee Culture 141(3): 47-50. PDF file
  47. Berry, J.A. 2013. Is Natural Really Natural? Bee Culture 141(7): 35-37. PDF file
  48. Berry, J.A. 2013. Natural Beekeeping & Varroa Mites. Bee Culture 141(9): 48-51. PDF file

 

 

Jennifer Berry

 

 

 

I hope that you enjoy reading these articles as much as I enjoyed writing them. Feel free to contact me with any questions or suggestions at jbee@uga.edu
~ J.

 

 

 
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