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Mark Grosskopf of Maryvale, Queensland, has launched a new service to help you propagate or multiply your Tetragonula carbonaria (previously called Trigona carbonaria) hives. He uses a new method called the Engender Technique, that he has developed from years of research and observation.

If you bring or post a strong boxed hive of Tetragonula carbonaria to Mark, he will encourage the bees to produce a new colony with a fresh new queen bee within about four to six weeks. The original hive will not be opened or manipulated in any way.

Please contact Mark for more details, pricing of the service etc: www.croppollination.com.au

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