This U.S.D.A. section covers the following articles.

  1. The Different Types of HONEY BEES
  2. Caution In The Use of Chemicals, Drugs, and Antibiotics
  3. Considerations in Selecting Sugars for Feeding to Honey Bees
  4. Breeding Improved Honey Bees, Part 1: Bee Breeding and Animal Breeding
  5. Breeding Improved Honey Bees, Part 2: Heredity and Variation
  6. Breeding Improved Honey Bees, Part 3: Sex Determination and Bee Breeding
  7. Breeding Improved Honey Bees, Part 4: Inbred and Hybrid Bees
  8. Breeding Improved Honey Bees, Part 5: Production of Hybrid Queens
  9. Chalkbrood Research at Madison, Wisconsin
  10. Lab Comparison of High Fructose Corn Syrup, Grape Syrup, Honey, and Sucrose Syrup as Maintenance Food for Caged Honey Bees
  11. Supplemental Feeding of Honey Bee Colonies
  12. Overwintering of Colonies of Honey Bees With Restricted and Unrestricted Broodrearing in Louisiana
  13. Survey of American Honeys, Part 2: Characterization of Individual Floral Types of Honey
  14. Survey of American Honeys, Part 3: Identity of Honey Sugars
  15. Survey of American Honeys, Part 4: Effect of Crop Year on Composition
  16. Survey of American Honeys, Part 5: Effect of Area of Production on Composition
  17. Survey of American Honeys, Part 6: Regulation of Granulating Tendency to Composition
  18. Survey of American Honeys, Part 7: Relation of Color to Composition
  19. Survey of American Honeys, Part 8: Effect of Storage on Honey Sugars
  20. Survey of American Honeys, Part 9: Effect of Storage on Distaste Content
  21. Survey of American Honeys, Part 10: Summary
  22. Stress and Honey Bees
  23. Producing Varroa-Tolerant Honey Bees from Locally Adapted Stock: A Recipe*
  24. Honey Bees: Preference for and Nutritive Value of Pollen from Five Plant Sources
  25. Introduction
  26. History of Beekeeping in the United States
  27. Beekeeping Regions in the United States
  28. Nectar and Pollen Plants
  29. Honey Bee Life History
  30. Seasonal Cycle of Activities in Honey Bee Colonies
  31. Bee Behavior
  32. Honey Bee Nutrition and Supplemental Feeding
  33. Types of Hives and Hive Equipment
  34. Breeding and Genetics of Honey Bees
  35. Queens, Package Bees, and Nuclei: Production and Demand
  36. Managing Colonies for High-Honey Yields
  37. Managing Colonies for Crop Pollination
  38. Moving Colonies
  39. Honey Composition and Properties
  40. Honey Removal, Processing, and Packing
  41. Showing Honey at Fairs
  42. Pollination of Crops
  43. Diseases and Pests of Honey Bees
  44. Pesticides and Honey Bee Mortality
  45. Hymenopterous Insect Stings
  46. Management of Wild Bees
  47. Federal and State Bee Laws and Regulations
  48. Federal and State Research, Teaching, and Extension
  49. Collections of Bee Literature
  50. Beekeeping Organizations
  51. Statistics on Bees and Honey
  52. Honey Price Support Program
  53. Honey Marketing Aids
  54. World Production and Trade in Honey
  55. Glossary
  56. The Thermology of Wintering Honey Bee Colonies
  57. Electric Heating of Honey Bee Hives
  58. Natural Suppression of Honey Bee Tracheal Mites In North Dakota: A Five Year Study
  59. Effect of “New” vs. “Old” Wax Brood Combs on Honey Bee Tracheal Mite Populations In North Dakota
  60. Beekeeping Issues: Alternative Varroa Control Experiment
  61. Overwintering Of Honey Bee Colonies
  62. Productive Management of Honey-Bee Colonies