Honey Bee Pesticide Poisoning

Honey Bee Pesticide Poisoning
A Risk Management Tool
for Australian Farmers and Beekeepers

by Daryl Connelly

An increase in the number of managed beehives available for crop pollination is crucial to continued prosperity & security of Australia’s food production.
This publication will help farmers and beekeepers manage the risk of honey bee pesticide poisoning and provides a list of broadacre and horticulture pesticides that are known to be toxic to honey bees in Australia.

This book can be downloaded for free or purchased as a hard copy.

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