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  • The amazing bee | New Zealand Geographic

    Date: Feb 2010 From: New Zealand beekeeper (1994), By: Lindsay, Frank, INNZNA Description: Comments on the condition of beehives in his area. Advises hobbyist beekeepers on preparations for and methods of extracting honey. Touches on requeening of hives, and lists seasonal tasks.

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  • Page 1 of 4 | Items | National Library of New Zealand ...

    of Europe was in New Zealand in 1957 (Seal, 1957; Palmer-Jones, 1964). By the mid-1980s, the disease was reported in commercial hives (Reid, 1988), and by 1987 it had spread throughout most of the country. The disease was observed in several different areas in Argentina by 1978, but was still considered only a minor prob-lem up until 1988.

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  • Journal of Invertebrate Pathology - USDA

    2010-1-1 · One of the earliest reports of the fungus outside of Europe was in New Zealand in 1957 (Seal, 1957, Palmer-Jones, 1964). By the mid-1980s, the disease was reported in commercial hives , and by 1987 it had spread throughout most of the country. The disease was observed in several different areas in Argentina by 1978, but was still considered only a minor problem up until 1988.

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  • Chalkbrood disease in honey bees - ScienceDirect

    'For decades, scientists thought an excess of something special, a substance called royal jelly, elevated a regular honey bee larva to a queen. New research suggests we had it backward: It’s what future …

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  • Rewi Alley’s Whare [farmhouse] at Moeawatea, NZ |

    New Listing BEE HIVE NEW YORK AMERICANS JOHNNY GALLAGHER HOCKEY CARD PHOTO. Pre-Owned. C 55.00. or Best Offer +C 3.00 shipping. S X p L Z o 3 n H s 8 F o 4 U r T e d. 2005-06 Beehive Martin Brodeur Hockey Card #52. C 0.99. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller. Buy It Now +C 2.50 shipping. S Z G p o n T 8 V s o 8 r e d M V R H.

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  • 900+ Beekeeping ideas | bee keeping, bee hive, bee

    2021-5-16 · In 1957, Ralph and Luella Gamber decided to package their honey in a plastic bear inspired by Winnie the Pooh and by reality: Bears love snacking on honey, beehives, and bees. What was once a side hobby in their Pennsylvanian backyard became a million dollar business called Dutch Gold Honey.

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  • beehive hockey cards | eBay

    At 9 a.m. on the 13th a broad band of cloud about 400 km wide lay along the front. This was the region of the ascending air causing the rain. A contributing factor to the creating of the strong thickness gradient was the presence of a blocking anticyclone just north of New Zealand.

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  • Honey: Not Exactly Bee Vomit. Or Is It? | PressboltNews

    I first started to admire the perfection of the dome as an architectural element years ago when I noticed how many U.S. state capitols had them: 39 out of 50. Of course, domes have been an essential building component for centuries, long before the United States even existed, such as …

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  • Journal of Invertebrate Pathology - USDA

    of Europe was in New Zealand in 1957 (Seal, 1957; Palmer-Jones, 1964). By the mid-1980s, the disease was reported in commercial hives (Reid, 1988), and by 1987 it had spread throughout most of the country. The disease was observed in several different areas in Argentina by 1978, but was still considered only a minor prob-lem up until 1988.

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  • Number of honey bee visits required to fully pollinate ...

    2018-6-3 · 1957]). Green (1957) reported the number of honey bees visiting flowers decreased with increasingdistancefrombeehives.At32m,there were 6.3 beesper 1000flowers and 3.1 seeds per pod. At892 m, there was an average of 5.2 bees per 1000 flowers and 2.59 seeds per pod. Free (1993) estimated using the results from Oertel’s

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  • Page 1 of 4 | Items | National Library of New Zealand ...

    Date: Feb 2010 From: New Zealand beekeeper (1994), By: Lindsay, Frank, INNZNA Description: Comments on the condition of beehives in his area. Advises hobbyist beekeepers on preparations for and methods of extracting honey. Touches on requeening of hives, and lists seasonal tasks.

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  • Honey: Not Exactly Bee Vomit. Or Is It? - MSN

    2021-5-12 · In 1957, Ralph and Luella Gamber decided to package their honey in a plastic bear inspired by Winnie the Pooh and by reality: Bears love snacking on honey, beehives, and …

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  • beehive hockey cards | eBay

    New Listing BEE HIVE NEW YORK AMERICANS JOHNNY GALLAGHER HOCKEY CARD PHOTO. Pre-Owned. C 55.00. or Best Offer +C 3.00 shipping. S X p L Z o 3 n H s 8 F o 4 U r T e d. 2005-06 Beehive Martin Brodeur Hockey Card #52. C 0.99. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller. Buy It Now +C 2.50 shipping. S Z G p o n T 8 V s o 8 r e d M V R H.

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  • Predicting the invasion risk by the alien bee-hawking ...

    2011-9-1 · Vespa velutina nigrithorax, an Asian bee-hawking hornet, has been unintentionally introduced in south-western France before 2004 and is currently widely spreading across the country.Its arrival in northern Spain was reported in 2010. The potential invasion risk of the species is assessed using climatic suitability models.

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  • The Queen as you've never seen her before - MSN

    2021-4-7 · In 1952 he left to become Governor-General of New Zealand, until 1957. He then retired and claimed his greatest achievement was catching a 2,225lb …

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  • Honeybees’ importance in North America is less than

    2018-11-30 · The truth about honeybees’ importance in North America. Hint: it’s less than you think. In the last few years the general public has been bombarded and brainwashed with the supposed tremendous importance of honeybees in North America. Let’s get down to the facts. First of all, honeybees can technically be classified as invasive pests ...

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  • Whisky lovers, this limited edition Glenmorangie

    2020-10-21 · When the cocktail craving hits, we usually want the amount of time between shaken and sipped to be as short and effortless as possible. Having launched earlier this year to the palpable joy of tipple fans everywhere, the cocktail boxes by the drinks experts at Black Pineapple have now had a new, limited edition kit added to the fold, in collaboration with Glenmorangie whisky.

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  • Gallagher, Alfred William – Dictionary of New Zealand ...

    2020-4-18 · Biography. Alfred William Gallagher was born at Hamilton on 17 May 1911, the first of six children of Alfred John Gallagher and his wife, Sarah Matilda Clow. Known as Willie, and later Bill, he spent his early years on the family dairy farm at Horotiu, north of Hamilton. He started at Te Kōwhai School in 1916, but in 1920 moved with his family ...

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  • NEW ZEALAND - Hi-Time Wine

    New Zealand wine is largely produced in ten major wine growing regions spanning latitudes 36° to 45° South and extending 990 mi. The regions are from north to south; Northland, Auckland, Waikato/Bay of Plenty, Gisborne, Hawke's Bay, Wellington, Nelson, Marlborough, Canterbury/Waipara and …

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  • Rewi Alley’s Whare [farmhouse] at Moeawatea, NZ |

    2016-7-28 · Rewi Alley’s Whare after maintenance, with rose blossom Rewi Alley in uniform, 1916. When Rewi Alley returned to New Zealand to rehabilitate after suffering serious wounds on the Somme in World War I, he met his old high-school friend, Jack Stevens, in Christchurch, who had been in the Air Force in Egypt and was planning to take up land in Taranaki under the Returned Soldiers Rehabilitation ...

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  • NZ Historic Weather Events Catalogue - NIWA

    New Zealand Met Service. (2008). Meteorology of Extreme Rainfalls in New Zealand (Mark Pascoe, Ed.). New Zealand Meteorlogical Service, Technical Information Circular No. 191, Extreme Wind Gusts. New Zealand Meteorological Service, Technical Information Circular No.178, The Otago/Southland Floods of January 1980, J.S. Hickman.

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  • Honey: Not Exactly Bee Vomit. Or Is It? | PressboltNews

    2021-5-16 · In 1957, Ralph and Luella Gamber decided to package their honey in a plastic bear inspired by Winnie the Pooh and by reality: Bears love snacking on honey, beehives, and bees. What was once a side hobby in their Pennsylvanian backyard became a million dollar business called Dutch Gold Honey.

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  • The Queen as you've never seen her before | Daily

    2021-4-8 · In 1952 he left to become Governor-General of New Zealand, until 1957. He then retired and claimed his greatest achievement was catching a 2,225lb …

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  • Hillary, Edmund Percival – Dictionary of New Zealand ...

    2021-4-6 · The four climbers left New Zealand in May 1951, and during June trekked into the Garhwal on the first all-New Zealand Himalayan expedition. They climbed five 6,000-metre peaks, with Hillary and Lowe forming perhaps the strongest climbing pair, although it was Riddiford and Cotter who summited the 7,240-metre Mukut Parbat after the other two ...

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  • The captivating art, science and politics of hair ...

    2018-2-24 · There’s a succession of evocative advertisements and photos — and it is in the ads that we encounter the first celebrity hairdresser, the glorious Raymond ‘Teasy-Weasy’ Bessone (1911–92), who was a Saturday prime-time TV star and could command the price of a small house (£2,500) for being summoned to do Diana Dors’s hair in 1956.

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  • Gallagher, Alfred William – Dictionary of New Zealand ...

    2021-5-29 · Gallagher, Alfred William. 1911–1990. Farmer, inventor, manufacturing engineer, businessman, commercial fisherman. I tuhia tēnei haurongo e Jeff Downs, ā, i tāngia tuatahitia ki Ngā Tāngata Taumata Rau i te 2000. Alfred William Gallagher was born at Hamilton on 17 May 1911, the first of six children of Alfred John Gallagher and his wife ...

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  • Top 5 Domes | Stephen Travels

    I first started to admire the perfection of the dome as an architectural element years ago when I noticed how many U.S. state capitols had them: 39 out of 50. Of course, domes have been an essential building component for centuries, long before the United States even existed, such as …

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  • Vespa velutina (Asian hornet) - CABI

    Vespa velutina (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) is a hornet of Asian origin which is a generalist predator of medium- to large-sized insects, and scavenger of vertebrate carrion.It has large impacts on Diptera and social hymenopterans, and in particular on honey bees (Apis spp.).It has recently been spreading in Asia (it is an invasive species in South Korea and Japan), and the subspecies V. v ...

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  • New Zealand’s Waitoreke - CryptoZooNews

    New Zealand was reputed to have had an indigenous mammal living in the lakes and rivers of South Island at the time of the first European settlement (see Cook, 1777, Vol. 1: p. 98 for example). No specimen was ever collected, the information being based primarily on second-hand Maori accounts and other unsubstantiated observations.

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  • NZ Historic Weather Events Catalogue - NIWA

    New Zealand Met Service. (2008). Meteorology of Extreme Rainfalls in New Zealand (Mark Pascoe, Ed.). New Zealand Meteorlogical Service, Technical Information Circular No. 191, Extreme Wind Gusts. New Zealand Meteorological Service, Technical Information Circular No.178, The Otago/Southland Floods of January 1980, J.S. Hickman.

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  • What Even Is Honey? | Bon Appétit

    2021-5-12 · In 1957, Ralph and Luella Gamber decided to package their honey in a plastic bear inspired by Winnie the Pooh and by reality: Bears love snacking on honey, beehives, and …

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  • Vintage Girdle Photos and Premium High Res Pictures ...

    Browse 186 vintage girdle stock photos and images available or search for corset or girdles to find more great stock photos and pictures. Fashion model wearing a strapless bra and girdle, standing in an office smoking, Chicago, Illinois, 1949. Girdle and bra Oriano. Paris, 1951.

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  • Vintage Bee Bear Beehive Salt & Pepper Shakers,

    VINTAGE RARE OCCUPIED JAPAN Bee Hive Salt & Pepper Shakers Vintage. 19.99. + shipping. Vintage Japan Bear And Honey Bee Nest Salt And Pepper Shakers. 9.50. + shipping. Vintage Japan Bear Cub & Bee Hive Salt and Pepper Shakers Excellent Condition. 14.99. + 4.95 shipping.

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  • Guy family – Swanson Heritage

    A lifelong heavy smoker, John Beecher Guy died of cancer on 28 June 1938, aged 65 and was buried in Swanson Cemetery. Despite her very busy family life, Lily found time in 1926 to join her sister-in-law Lottie as a founder member of the Swanson Country Women’s Institute. The “Lealands” property was …

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  • The magic honey village: Grahan, Himachal Pradesh ~

    The village is located north of the Hippie town of Kasol in Himachal Pradesh. The village of Grahan is situated at an altitude of around 7,700 feet above sea level (2347 metres) and has only 50 houses and a population of around 350 people. Hiking is the only option for …

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  • Chalkbrood disease in honey bees - ScienceDirect

    2010-1-1 · Chalkbrood is an invasive mycosis in honey bees ( Apis mellifera L.) produced by Ascosphaera apis (Maassen ex Claussen) Olive and Spiltoir ( Spiltoir, 1955, Spiltoir and Olive, 1955) that exclusively affects bee brood. Although fatal to individual larvae, the disease does not usually destroy an entire bee colony.

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  • Romsey Australia: Summary of Major Bush Fires in

    2020-1-26 · 1932. Major fires occurred in many districts across Victoria throughout the summer. Large areas of State forest in Gippsland were burnt and nine lives were lost. Total area burnt in Victoria from the fires between Dec 21, 1931 and Feb 6, 1932, there were …

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  • Hillary, Edmund Percival – Dictionary of New Zealand ...

    2021-4-6 · The four climbers left New Zealand in May 1951, and during June trekked into the Garhwal on the first all-New Zealand Himalayan expedition. They climbed five 6,000-metre peaks, with Hillary and Lowe forming perhaps the strongest climbing pair, although it was Riddiford and Cotter who summited the 7,240-metre Mukut Parbat after the other two ...

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  • IN THE HIGH COURT OF NEW ZEALAND WHANGAREI

    2014-12-4 · IN THE HIGH COURT OF NEW ZEALAND WHANGAREI REGISTRY CIV-2013-488-000359 [2014] NZHC 2992 BETWEEN ... provisions of the Charitable Trusts Act 1957. Mr and Mrs Whitehead and a Mr Ellis were the initial trustees. ... purchased 3,000 beehives from JRWT for 3.9 million (plus GST). This equated to a

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  • What Even Is Honey? | Bon Appétit

    2021-5-12 · In 1957, Ralph and Luella Gamber decided to package their honey in a plastic bear inspired by Winnie the Pooh and by reality: Bears love snacking on honey, beehives, and …

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    Monday, February 4, 1957 Wise Slaves Run firings ; , - ! By ROMEB BIG ART (Pmtim IM7 kr Tks Not Yart TtMt CO . ,APEN, Feb. S-Emerging from ; 4h-losed kingdom of Yemen into r the.comparatively free ...

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  • The expression 'The bee's knees'. - Phrases

    2021-6-11 · The nonsense expression 'the bee's knees' was taken up by the socialites of Roaring 20s America and added to the list of 'excellent' phrases. The first use of the expression in print with the 'excellent' meaning that I can find is from the US newspaper The Buffalo Times, February 1922.It was in a spoof account of the marriage of Princess Mary in London:

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  • Paleomagnetic determination of the age and

    2019-2-6 · Understanding the timing and nature of effusion of lava in the summit regions of stratovolcanoes is important, because these volcanoes generate deadly and destructive block-and-ash flows (BAFs). The most recent eruption of Mt. Taranaki in New Zealand left a portion of a lava dome which now forms its 2518 m summit. In this study we demonstrate the value of applying …

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  • European foulbrood in honey bees - ScienceDirect

    2010-1-1 · The name “foulbrood” was first introduced as a descriptive name of a honey bee disease characterized by a foul smell (Schirach, 1769).The symptoms of foulbrood disease were further described in the late 19th century (Cheshire and Cheyne, 1885), but it was not until 1912 that it became clear that there were actually two honey bee brood diseases assigned the same name (White, 1912); American ...

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  • Protecting Pollinating Insects

    2017-7-5 · New Zealand indicate there is no damage from 2,4.-D while reports from Sweden and Denmark (Am. Bee Journal 91:4-63) indicate extensive poisoning to bees when the herbicide is applied to blossoming plants on which bees are working. When injudiciously applied over large areas 2,4-D may materially decrease

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  • Fight of the bumblebee: US puts species on

    2017-1-11 · Lincoln University has released a study that says New Zealand agriculture stands to lose between 295m and 728m a year if the local honeybee population continues to decline. Professor Stephen Wratten said it was well known that a global decline in populations of insect pollinators posed a major threat to food and nutritional security.

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  • CA - Hunting - Chapter 3. Nongame Mammals and

    2021-6-15 · Chapter 3. Nongame Mammals and Depredators. Primary Citation: West's Ann. Cal. Fish & G. Code § 4150 - 4158, 4180 - 4190. Country of Origin: United States. Last Checked: January, 2021. more +. Alternate Citation: CA FISH & G § 4150 - 4158, 4180 - 4190. Historical: Summary: These sections regulate the taking and killing of nongame mammals and ...

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