BEE FARMERS EYEING TO REVIVE BEE FARMING

Over a hundred Queen Bees had been imported from Western Australia in 2014. Photo: Courtesy of SIBC.

Over a hundred Queen Bees had been imported from Western Australia in 2014. Photo: Courtesy of SIBC.

Honey Bee farmers in North Malaita are eyeing to revive their honey bee farms.

This was after they successfully ended a training from the Temoana Honey Bee Corp recently in the region.

SIBC’s Mbita’ama stringer John Andrew Kiri reports that the farmers are preparing to kick start their honey bee farms┬ábut are waiting for their materials and equipment to be delivered by the Temoana Honey Bee Corp.

“This is about the Gagalu honey bee centre and it is in full swing mode especially in terms of preparing for the Temoana Honey Bee Corp to transport bee project facilities for each bee farmers in the area.”

 

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