R. 5B-54.001 Definitions
R. 5B-54.003 Regulated Honey Bee Pests, Races, and Regulated Articles
R. 5B-54.006 Movement of Regulated Articles
R. 5B-54.010 Registration with the Department
R. 5B-54.0105 Location of Managed Honey Bee Colonies
R. 5B-54.011 Apiary Inspection Procedures
R. 5B-54.0115 Special Inspection and Certification Fees
R. 5B-54.013 Identification of Ownership of Honey Bee Hives
R. 5B-54.014 Issuance of Certificates
R. 5B-54.015 Special Inspection to Meet Requirements of Other States and for Export to International Countries
R. 5B-54.017 Destruction or Treatment of Infested or Infected Colonies
R. 5B-54.0175 Irradiation of Beekeeping Equipment
R. 5B-54.018 Compensation for Infested or Infected Colonies
R. 5B-54.019 Procedures for Abandoned Apiaries

Terms Used In Florida Regulations > Chapter 5B-54 - Pests of Honeybees and Unwanted Races of Honeybees

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