Stingless bee farming a success in Kota Marudu


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  • Tuesday, 11 Jun 2019

KOTA MARUDU: For Jabal Sing­kamung, a resident of Kampung Sonsogon Magandai, rearing stingless bees started as a hobby but is now a source of income.

The 50-year-old, who lives in a village some 58km from Kota Marudu town, earned between RM800 and RM1,500 monthly from the sale of kelulut honey.

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