Survey on grower perceptions of pollinator health launched
Findings will help support beekeepers in supplying good quality pollination services
3 December 2020 | 0
As part of the EU project PoshBee, Trinity College Dublin and Reading University are conducting a survey on grower perceptions of pollinator health.
PoshBee aims to support healthy bee populations, sustainable beekeeping and pollination across Europe. As part of that aim, it is developing a new tool which gives a rapid insight into the health of beehives.
The study is targeted towards growers and beekeepers from Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK. The survey is open to growers from the above countries, even if they do not use beehives.
PoshBee said the findings of its surveys will help support beekeepers in supplying good quality pollination services.
Deadline for participation is 31 December 2020. To take part, visit: www.poshbee.eu/news/3128_new-bee-health-tool-beekeepers-and-growers-surveys/