I began subscribing to the American Bee Journal about the same time.
What does ABJ stand for?
ABJ stands for American Bee Journal (beekeeping publication)
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We have 14 other meanings of ABJ in our Acronym Attic
- Avionics Bay Interface Unit
- Associação Técnica Brasileira das Indústrias Automáticas de Vidro (Portugese: Brazilian Technical Association of Bottling Industries)
- Absolventen im Web (German: Advice on the Web)
- Another Brick in the Wall (from Pink Floyd 'The Wall')
- Antwerp British and International Women
- Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology (Palo Alto, CA)
- Air-Britain Information Exchange (UK-based aviation historical society members information website)
- Adelphia Business Solutions Inc. (subsidiary of Adelphia Communications Corp.)
- Abidjan, Cote D'ivoire - Port Bouet (Airport Code)
- Akron Beacon Journal (newspaper; Ohio)
- American Born Japanese
- Antonov Business Jet (aviation industry)
- Association of Black Journalists (Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism; New York, NY)
- Atakliyan Brothers Jewellery (Australia)
- Austin Business Journal
- Association of Bankruptcy Judicial Assistants
- Akhil Bharatiya Janata Congress (India)
- Atlanta Black-Jewish Coalition (Georgia)
- Agence Eresse Jura Immobilier (French: Real Estate Ageny Ltd. Bresse Jura)
- Association of British Jazz Musicians
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Apiary Inspectors of America, in a report published in the July 2007 issue of the American Bee Journal, said, "The apicultural industry has seen a dramatic decline in the number of honey bee colonies managed in the United States since the introduction of the honey bee tracheal mite and the Varroa mite in the 1980s.
Already, the imbalance between supply of almond blossoms and bees to pollinate them has driven the price of beehive rentals up - from $45 in 2004 to $80 in 2005 to as much as $140 to $150 per hive in 2006, according to the American Bee Journal.
The American Bee Journal, in which I write a monthly Q&A column, and Bee Culture, which is an excellent magazine.
I read an article in the American Bee Journal about a beekeeper in New York state who lived to be 110 years old.
Periodicals include the American Bee Journal, 51 South 2nd Street, Hamilton, IL 62341 (217-847-324) and Bee Culture, 623 Liberty Street, Medina, OH 44256 (800-289-7668).