From February 21 to 22 the 4th Steering Committee Meeting of SAMS took place in Graz and was hosted by the University of Graz. Since the SAMS project runs already for 13 months now, the beneficial partners had a lot to discuss. Four new project members were introduced to the consortium and progress was made within Read more about 4th SCM in Graz, Austria (hosted by University of Graz)[…]
The SAMS publication on “Challenges for Beekeeping in Indonesia with Autochthonous and Introduced Bees” has been published in journal Bee World (02.2019) and is a joint article by our SAMS partners – the University of Graz (Austria), the University of Kassel (Germany) and the Universitas Padjadjaran (Indonesia).
The publication takes a closer look on the current beekeeping situation in Indonesia, compares the Western honey bee with the Eastern honey bee and considers the preservation issue of autochthonous Apis species.
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