Certified DECA Accredited Inspectors List
The people on this list can inspect your hives in order to return your Certificate of Inspection, due by 30 November each year.
This list is saved in post code order to help find your region quicker however you can also do an electronic search within the document.
Please note this is not a list of every DECA holder in the country, only beekeepers who have volunteered to have their details listed to help with inspections. If you are eligible and would like your name to be added to this list, please email email@example.com
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Our videos cover everything from your legal obligations to how to recognise AFB, collecting cell and bee samples and more.
There’s a lot of good information here, telling you everything you need to know about recognising AFB: the visual symptoms, smell of AFB and more.
New Zealand beekeepers have a number of legal obligations that must be met regarding AFB disease. Read the shortened list in summary, here.
Most hives become infected because bees, honey or equipment have been put into a hive from another hive that is infected with AFB. Lower your chances of an AFB infection by reading this section.
Find out when the next AFB Recognition and Competency Courses, or Refresher Courses are available. These are held throughout the year in various New Zealand locations across the South Island and North Island.