Free online Masterclass event on the 14th of October. ‘Paddock to plate’ is the mantra for tracing the authenticity of agriculture produce. For honey, the paddock is difficult to define. Honey bees cannot be fenced so their forage is diverse bush and their range is defined by weather conditions and available flora. Join Dr Liz …
Jessica Moran is a PhD candidate and a member of the Honey Bee Health Research Group. She is currently involved in the development of a ‘beehive breathalyser’ to diagnose American FoulBrood (AFB), the most costly honey bee disease in Australia.
Clara Elisa Castaños Sánchez de la Barquera (Clarisa Castaños) is a PhD candidate who’s a part of The Honey Bee Health Research Group. She recently presented her research on honey bee nutrition as a part of the SAAA Virtual Conversation Series.
Entrepreneurs, scientists, bee keepers and students will stir the honey pot of ideas to stimulate WA’s bee product industry.
Event: Friday, 16th October & Saturday, 17th October. Learn about Australia’s honey bee industry, share your product ideas, and develop them into products for the export market.