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As the temperatures start to drop and the days get shorter, beekeepers know it’s time to start preparing their hives for winter. This is an essential step in ensuring the health and survival of your bees throughout the colder months.
To minimise the damage caused by SHB, beekeepers should follow a set of preventative measures, particularly during the summer months when temperatures are above 30°C and humidity is 70% or higher, as these conditions are ideal for SHB activity and reproduction.
Beekeeping, also known as apiculture, is the practice of raising honeybees for their honey and other products such as beeswax and propolis. But the benefits of beekeeping go far beyond just honey production. In fact, beekeeping has numerous ecological, economic, and educational benefits.
Australia is home to a diverse range of native plants, many of which are incredibly important for supporting our local bee populations.
St. Valentine, the patron saint of love, is often associated with romance, hearts, and chocolates....
Easy-to-follow instructions for making your own beeswax wraps: customise the size and shape of your wraps to fit your specific needs.
We've had so many wonderful reviews from customers regarding our all-natural Baby Bum Balm, that...
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"The Buzz About Bees" is an informative and thought-provoking presentation that has been...
“Becoming a Beekeeper” sessions : get up close & personal with a hive and experience what it’s like to be a beekeeper.
We are buzzing with excitement over the recent arrival in the post of a Community Recognition Statement from Parliament NSW. Nice to receive recognition from our local member: Chris Gulaptis.
We are super-duper-over-the-moon-excited to announce that we have been selected from applications across Australia to participate in the next Vietnam Business Booster Program.
Cayenne pepper is a spice that has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. When infused into all-natural beeswax-based Aches & Pains balms, it offers a range of health benefits.
Chamomile flowers are an excellent addition to all-natural, beeswax-based balms. These delicate flowers are well-known for their calming and soothing properties, which make them a popular ingredient in skincare products.
Comfrey flowers are an excellent herb to infuse in our all-natural, beeswax-based balms. Comfrey has been used for centuries to promote the healing of wounds, bruises, and other skin irritations. The high levels of allantoin, a substance that stimulates cell growth, make it a popular ingredient in many skin care products.
Cocoa butter is a natural ingredient that is commonly used in all-natural, beeswax-based balms due to its many medicinal benefits.
Organic coconut oil is a versatile and valuable ingredient in all-natural, beeswax-based balms. This oil is rich in essential fatty acids and antioxidants that help to nourish and moisturise the skin.