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Kiwi bee decline could cost economy up to NZ$728m a year

By RJ Whitehead

New Zealand agriculture stands to lose between NZ$295m and NZ$728m (US$213m-525m) each year if the local honeybee population continues to decline, according to a study into the economic consequences of a decline in pollination rates. 

Australia’s biosecurity could be in for a shock


Australia’s biosecurity could be in for a shock

By RJ Whitehead

European honey bee colonies wiped out and an invasion of a devastating wheat disease are just two of the potential biosecurity threats facing Australia, according to a report released by Australia’s research agency.


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