Apprentice beekeeper stumbles on solution to disease wreaking havoc in Alice Springs

June 17, 2016

From: | Rural

By Nathan Coates

A novice beekeeper in Alice Springs has stumbled upon a solution to a disease that has been devastating Red Centre hives.

Last month ABC Rural reported on chalkbrood disease.

At the time the most experienced apiarist in Alice Springs, Russell Wilson, reported that his honey yield had been cut by 80 per cent and that the CSIRO had been involved to identify the problem.

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