Securing long-term floral resources for the honeybee industry

Summary

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Program

Honey Bee

Research Organisation

The University of Adelaide

Objective Summary

The broad aims of this project are to better document the use and importance of native plants (particularly woodland eucalypts) in different landscapes (natural bushland paddock and revegetation) to commercial beekeepers identifying deficiencies in theresource base where they exist. This information will then be used to assist in maintaining the health and productivity of current trees from a beekeeper perspective while growing the floral resource base through appropriate revegetation and restorationprograms.

Project Code

PRJ-000515

Project Stage

Closed

Project Start Date

Thursday, July 1, 2004

Project Completion Date

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Journal Articles From Project

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National Priority

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National Priority

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National Priority

HBE-Improve understanding of floral resources as assets for the Australian honey bee industry

Contact

Related publications

04.06.08

Securing Long-Term Floral Resources for the Honeybee Industry