Cropping up a buzz for hive safety

Nick Heydon
Updated December 16 2015 - 4:48pm, first published May 9 2014 - 4:00am
A recent symposium in Canberra found farmers and beekeepers should be consulting with each other to minimise risk to bee populations as a result of pesticide applications.
A recent symposium in Canberra found farmers and beekeepers should be consulting with each other to minimise risk to bee populations as a result of pesticide applications.

COMMUNICATION between beekeepers and farmers is a simple but vital way of preventing losses to bee populations as a result of pesticide spray drift.

Nick Heydon

The Land's property editor.

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