Showing results 1 - 10 of 28 for the search term: BEEKEEPER.

  1. Beekeepers urged to adopt Biosecurity Code of Practice
    Beekeepers nationally, commercial and hobby, are being urged to adopt the Australian Honey Bee Industry Biosecurity Code of Practice to keep their bees healthy and to safeguard honey bee and pollination dependent industries. Honey production is worth more than $100 … Updated: August 1, 2018
  2. Online training brings beekeepers up to standard
    A new online training course was launched by the Australian Honey Bee Industry Council (AHBIC) and Plant Health Australia this week, to make it easy for beekeepers to find out how to care for honey bees in accordance with the … Updated: April 28, 2017
  3. Reminder: Applications for Director positions close on 6 September
    Plant Health Australia Limited (PHA) invites applications for four non-executive Director positions on our board. PHA is a not-for-profit public company owned by our members, comprising all major plant industry bodies that represent Australian growers and beekeepers, the Australian Government, … Updated: August 29, 2019
  4. Exercise Bee Prepared
    Australian governments and the beekeeping industry are improving their readiness to respond to a detection of varroa mite (Varroa destructor) by taking part in Exercise Bee Prepared. In this exercise program, PHA facilitates the delivery of workshops across … Updated: August 23, 2018
  5. Media releases 2018
    Beekeepers urged to adopt Biosecurity Code of Practice 1 August Beekeepers nationally, commercial and hobby, are being urged to adopt the Australian Honey Bee Industry Biosecurity Code of Practice to keep their bees healthy and to safeguard honey bee and … Updated: August 8, 2018
  6. Plant Health Australia at the Australian Bee Congress
    Staff of Plant Health Australia (PHA) attended the 3rd Australian Bee Congress. The congress program was filled with world-class speakers who presented on a wide range of topics. It was also a fabulous opportunity to meet beekeepers and discuss biosecurity … Updated: July 10, 2018
  7. Honey bees
    Currently Australia is free of many serious honey bee pests that damage the health of European honey bees overseas. A number of programs have been developed to help protect Australia’s honey bees from exotic pests, and to preserve the pollination … Updated: March 18, 2019
  8. National Bee Pest Surveillance Program activities
    The National Bee Pest Surveillance Program is administered by Plant Health Australia and uses sentinel hives, swarm and nest capture, catchboxes, and floral sweep netting in and around ports along Australia’s coast as early warning systems for incursions of exotic … Updated: March 15, 2018
  9. PHA co-operating with New Zealand to fight plant pests and diseases
    Following the recent discovery that the fungal plant disease myrtle rust has made it to New Zealand, Plant Health Australia (PHA) will be working in an international research partnership to address the new threat to New Zealand’s environment and plant … Updated: June 27, 2017
  10. Media releases 2017
    New Directors and Chairman for Plant Health Australia 29 November Plant Health Australia (PHA), the not-for-profit coordinator of the plant biosecurity industry and government partnership in Australia, has three new non-executive Directors on its Board, plus a new Chair and … Updated: December 7, 2017