Martyn Dunne – MPI View
Miriana Stephans – Kaitiakitanga – Doing things better, doing better things – the Wakatu journey
David Mendes – Crop Pollination – A US Perspective
Sue Cobey – Rearing Quality Queens and Drones
John Rawcliffe – Protecting the term Manuka Honey
David Mendes – Tech Transfers through Bee Informed Partnerships
Stephanie Sopow – Giant Willow Aphid Update
Sue Cobey – Challenges of Bee Breeding
Kim Leighton – Food Safety and Traceability
Paul Dansted – Honey in New Zealand and Overseas – a Government Perspective
David Mendes – Bee Nutrition
Karin Kos – Realising our Industry’s Potential – Challenges and Opportunities
Kate Kember – New Zealand Honey on the Global Stage – a Marketing Perspective
Clifton King – Funding the National American Foulbrood Pest Management Plan
Hon Damien O’Connor – Minister’s Address
Sue Cobey – Maintaining a Long-Term Closed Population Breeding System – The New World Carniolan Program
Anatoly Chernyshev – Kinetic modelling of apparent C4 sugar rise in fresh Manuka honeys
Ashley N. Mortensen and James D. Ellis – Do honey bees that are reared artificially behave normally?
Dr Heather Hendrickson – The ABAtE Project
Anya Noble and Charles K. Lee – Bacteria on the Leptospermum scoparium (Manuka) leaf surface
James Sainsbury, Grant Fale, Sarah Cross and Mark Goodwin – Can Nosema spp. control increase honey production?
Professor Peter K Dearden – Future Bees NZ
Grant Fale, Max Buxton, Mark Goodwin and Ashley N. Mortensen – Does protein source affect nutrient utilisation in adult honey bees?
Michelle Taylor – Are bacterial communities within the honeybee digestive tract impacted by what the bees eat?
Tammy Waters, John Mackay and Professor Phill Lester – Prevalence of trypanosome pathogens in New Zealand honey bees
Max Buxton, David Pattemore, Marlon Bateson, Geoff Pegg and Caroline Hauxwell – Assessing the risk of transmission of myrtle rust spores by honey bees
Trevor Jones, Ian Mclvor, Masha Minor, Andrea Clavijo-McCormick, Kyaw Tun – Impact of the giant willow aphid on willow tree health
Bob Brown – Wasp biocontrol in New Zealand: new agents on the horizon
John Mackay and Tammy Waters – Development of a rapid screening method for resistance mutations to tau-fluvalinate (Apistan) and Flumethrin (Bayvarol)
Rachel Nepia, Bruce Clarkson, David Pattemore, Catherine Beard and Micheal Clearwater – Understanding the role of honey bees in native New Zealand forest
Gertje Petersen – Future Bees NZ – What is this queen worth?
Mark Goodwin and Heather May McBrydie – Testing the hypothesis that feeding bees sugar syrup results in honey bee colonies collecting more pollen