New detections cause Varroa mite eradication zone expansion

Denis Howard
Updated February 15 2023 - 10:01am, first published 9:32am
New Varroa mite detections at Cessnock and Tea Gardens have brought the total number of infected premises up to 114 since the first Varroa mite detection at Port of Newcastle in June last year.
New Varroa mite detections at Cessnock and Tea Gardens have brought the total number of infected premises up to 114 since the first Varroa mite detection at Port of Newcastle in June last year.

Two new detections of Varroa mite in the Hunter and Central Coast areas have caused the eradication zone to grow.

Denis Howard

Denis Howard

Senior Journalist, The Land

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