Pollinator Protection Initiative


The Pollinator Protection Initiative (PPI) recognises the importance of pollinators for Australian agriculture and the environment.  It provides resources to ensure that modern, innovative crop protection products are used responsibly and in a manner that minimises risk to pollinators.


BeeConnected is a nation-wide, user-driven smart-phone app that enables collaboration between beekeepers, farmers and spray contractors to facilitate best-practice pollinator protection. BeeConnected is free and available on iPhone, Android and desktop computers.

Click here to find out more about BeeConnected.

Download here for iTunes.

Download here for Google Play.

Seed Treatment Stewardship Strategy

The Seed Treatment Stewardship Strategy includes four specific stewardship and best practice guides, which outline measures to reduce risks from dust generated during handling and planting of treated seed and provides guidance on industry best practices to minimise off-target movement of pest and disease management products. The strategy complements existing strategies for treated seed stewardship like those developed by the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation and the Australian Seed Federation.

Seed treatments are an excellent example of how the seed industry and crop protection industry provide Australian farmers with pioneering tools to meet ongoing food security challenges. Seed treatments act as a delivery mechanism for pest and disease management products to improve the production and yield opportunities of the crop. They are specifically tailored to meet farmers’ pest and disease control needs while minimising risks to health, safety and the environment.

Stewardship activities for farmers’ everyday business operations are important to keep up-to-date and CropLife is pleased to have partnership support for the Seed Treatment Stewardship Strategy from organisations that represent farmers across Australia.

Click to download the Seed Treatment Stewardship Strategy (Second Edition)