This happened within the Autumn Information Days of Apiarists at Jäneda Centre of Agricultural Information.
Honey bee keepers agreed about the lack of sufficient flower resources in contemporary rural landscape and that this suppresses honey production. Many of them were positively surprised about the option to collaborate with neighboring farmers. They demonstrated their interest in considering the option; however, they also agreed that the present form of the contract cannot be applied sufficiently widely. Some criteria should be more flexible.University of Tartu, as consortium partner of EFFECT, promised further exchange of information already in spring 2020 to provide easing solutions for such implementation.
In the photo: Jaan Liira from the Univeristy of Tartu is presenting the project and the innovation case.
Photo by Mart Kullamaa.