Research in Progress – Honeybee and Pollination 2010-11

  • 34 pages

  • Published: 31 Aug 2011

  • Author(s): RIRDC

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RIRDC Honeybee and Pollination Completed Projects in 2010–2011 and Research in Progress at June 2011 contains short summaries of continuing projects as well as those that were completed during 2010–2011. The Honeybee Program aims to improve the productivity and profitability of the Australian beekeeping industry through the organisation, funding and management of a research, development and extension program that is both stakeholder and market focused.
The objectives of the Honeybee Program are:
•  Pest and disease protection
•  Productivity and profitability enhancement to lift beekeeper income
•  Resource access security and knowledge
•  Pollination research
•  Income diversification including new product development
•  Extension, communication and capacity building.