- Jul 23, 2009
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InWhere does it say 'may'?
If it's just a draft, why are they bothering all the (Scottish) beekeepers with it?
I don't think it says may be asked; it just says that samples may be sent by the person submitting a report. I hope they're prepared for the tsunami of samples that may soon be winging their way to Holyrood.yes, must report it, but may be asked to send a soil sample
The government can do more than one thing at once.You are proving my point, it undermines control about true invading pest and pathogens. By adding something that is already endemic in UK corrodes compliance for all controls. I support having the paperwork that is part of real physical action on real invaders not a dotting the i. and crossing the T on the already endemic that will result in zero physical action.
This is to prevent re exports I think.Regulation (EU) 2016/429 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards rules for entry into the Union
States that the third country must have hatched the Queens, so we will have to breed our own queens it would seem.
That is probably a very good idea!!!!!Next step ... will it be compulsory registration for all beekeepers and keepers of honeybees within England, Wales and Scotland?
If Fanny Smith across the valley from me is not registered on beebase and keeps varroa ridden bees... will she be breaking the Law???
The legislation is expected to come into law in Scotland on 21st April 2021. The reason it is being done earlier in Scotland is that it needs to be passed before the parliament closes down for the election in May.The important word is may rather than must
This is still very much a draft, they've said as much in the preamble I think people should stop scrunching their panties until the definitive version is submitted