Varroa Mite Update 24 - NSW DPI Biosecurity Facebook Update - 8th July 2022 Midday.

08 July 2022 1:56 PM | Anonymous

NSW DPI Biosecurity Facebook Update - 8th July 2022 at 12.00pm

Latest update on DPI’s Varroa mite emergency response:

  A reminder that throughout NSW no beehives or honeybees may be moved without a permit. We also remind the community to report their hives, wild hives or abandoned hives as this response continues.

  Detections at Campvale, Holmesville and Glen Oak all fall within existing emergency zones. These detections bring the total number of infested premises to 34, as at 6pm 7 July.

  NSW DPI has established emergency zones around infested premises and has put significant measures in place to eradicate Varroa mite in NSW. You can read more about the response here:

  A reminder to all beekeepers during this difficult time that there are free and confidential support services available, and we encourage beekeepers to access small business, and mental health and wellbeing support early. You can read more in the latest assistance guide for beekeepers:

If you're not using social media, please feel free to access the news feeds through the QBA varroa mite portal. Click here to access the portal. 

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