BeeAware is a hub of information for beekeepers and growers about honey bee biosecurity and pollination of agricultural and horticultural crops.
The site contains an extensive range of information about exotic and established pests and diseases of honey bees, and helps beekeepers to identify and respond to these pest threats. It also contains information about the pollination of crops and how beekeepers and growers can work together to provide and receive best practice pollination services.
BeeAware is funded by the Australian honey bee industry, pollinator-reliant plant industries, Plant Health Australia, governments and R&D agencies.
A wine barrel used as a table on a Hyde Park family’s verandah has been revealed as the latest home for Asian honey bees in ...Read more >
Biosecurity Queensland has not found any varroa mites on a new swarm of Asian honey bees which were collected at Hyde Park on ...Read more >
A small army of bee hunters has taken to the streets of Townsville searching for any signs of Asian honey bees, the hosts of ...Read more >
Laboratory examinations of an Asian honey bee hive found at Annandale this week have confirmed the presence of varroa mites. ...Read more >
In an effort to ensure Australians can enjoy local fruit, nuts and vegetables for years to come, Horticulture Innovation Aust ...Read more >
Alan Wade was the first President of the Beekeeper’s Association of the ACT. He helped establish the club about 40 years ag ...Read more >