Beekeepers preparing for pollination keen to put season behind them, but have some of the same cojarvees.comncerns as pollinators, they say the issue of the declining butterfly will continue to be a pri바카라사이트ority for the Queensland government.
He said the state had been trying to reduce the loss of species that were important to growers and producers for years.
« For the past 12 months we have been actively taking steps to try and reduce the number of lost species, not just pollinators, but the loss of native plants, » Mr McAlpine said.
« We are working with an extensive network of agricultural and conservation groups in partnership with the Department of Environment and Heritage. »
A spokesman for the Department of Conservation said while the butterflies were not being affected by climate change, there wa우리카지노s still a need for more research to determine if the effects on bees are widespread.
But he said there was a « consistency » to the data indicating that the decline was going to continue.
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