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.
Biosecurity SA is reminding beekeepers to be on the lookout for American foulbrood (AFB), found in hives pollinating lucerne ...Read more >
In the latest best practice video developed by the Honey Bee & Pollination Program, one of Australia’s most respected a ...Read more >
Biosecurity Queensland is asking Townsville residents to keep reporting unusual bees and unmanaged bee colonies. Public assis ...Read more >
Beekeepers have been urged to look out for discoloured brood and dead larvae, both symptoms of NSW’s most serious brood dis ...Read more >
The National Varroa Mite Eradication Program (NVMEP) is seeking public assistance to locate roosts of rainbow bee-eaters in t ...Read more >
Improving macadamia tree yields by more than 50 per cent could be achieved by alternating varieties in rows and increasing po ...Read more >