Honey bees from outside Newfoundland are being imported, but how are disease and parasites kept away?
Air Date: May 25, 2016 1:30 AM NT
Bees in Newfoundland are free from diseases or parasites that plague bees in other parts of the world. Now, CBC has learned that small colonies have been imported here from Australia. Dave Jennings is with the province's Forestry and Agrifoods agency.
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