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Bee2Bee is an innovative family-owned company based in Western Australia, providing the beekeeping industry with the best possible products at an affordable price.


Ian found Bee2Bee through his innate passion for bees and beekeeping. He aims to educate and guide current and beginner beekeepers while providing quality products essential for them.


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Common Australian Beehive Pests and Bee Predators: Who are they?

By Beatriz | 17 January 2020

The natural ecosystem works in a wonderful yet mysterious way. We can only do so much to protect the bees from its natural predators. We have identified common pests that can invade your bee’s hive and may cause harm that may eventually destroy the colony. We’ve also listed common bee predators that present danger to…

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Australian Bushfire Crisis: Impacts and How to Help

By Beatriz | 13 January 2020

The 2019 Australian bushfires have been burning since October 2019. It has been reported that in NSW alone, almost 5 million hectares of land have been burned. In total, it is estimated that at least 10 million hectares have been burned across Australia. So far, there have been 25 casualties, including volunteer firefighters who gave…

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Nosemosis: What To Look Out For

By Bee 2 Bee | 22 November 2019

Summer is around the corner and though your bees will be busy producing honey, it is important to be aware of what may be a threat to the hives. Nosemosis, also known as Nosema, is a common bee disease mainly caused by a parasite Nosema ceranae and Nosema apis. It has invaded many beehives worldwide,…

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Keeping Up With Australia’s Beekeeping Industry

By Bee 2 Bee | 13 November 2019

There is recent emergence of young and amateur beekeepers across Australia. In example, did you know that there is a beekeeping club for children? Yes, that’s right there is. Anita Long, previously a hairdresser turned apiarist started the Tasmania Junior Beekeepers that has over 80 members. The club is aimed to inspire the future of…

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Swarm Prevention 2: Queen Management

By Bee 2 Bee | 24 October 2019

Queen management techniques to delay and deter swarming. In our second post on preventing spring bee swarms, we look at three queen management techniques. Remember, swarming is natural and all techniques technically only postpone swarming. However, done right, you can postpone until the swarming season has passed. You will need to combine a variety of…

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Swarm Prevention 1: Reducing Congestion in the Hive

By Bee 2 Bee | 19 October 2019

Reducing congestion in the hive is essential to minimise the risk of swarming.  Responsible beekeeping practices include swarm management and prevention. In some places, it’s also a legal requirement! Approaches to reduce the impulse to swarm fall under two broad categories: Reducing congestion in the hive and queen management techniques. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee…

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Spring Beekeeping: Signs a Hive is Going to Swarm

By Bee 2 Bee | 05 October 2019

What are the Signs a Hive is Going to Swarm? As Perfect Bee notes, a bee swarm is often viewed as counter-productive for the beekeeper when honey is the goal. However, swarming is in fact a sign that the colony is healthy and flourishing. So what are the signs a hive is going to swarm?…

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Spring Beekeeping: All About Bee Swarms

By Bee 2 Bee | 25 September 2019

It’s Swarm Season! It’s a common sight all across Australia as soon as sunny spring weather hits – bee swarms. A buzzing, brown cloud of wayward honey bees moving en masse, clinging to each other. Then they settle on whatever temporary foothold they can find while the scout bees search for a new home. Beekeeping…

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Beekeeping for Beginners: Start Here Before Keeping Bees

By Bee 2 Bee | 08 September 2019

It’s spring, and you or someone you know may be thinking about keeping bees for the first time. And with swarming season upon us, you may be lucky enough to have some bees drop into your own backyard. These will be in need of a new, permanent home. Some familiarity with the ins and outs…

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Spring Management Practices for Australian Beekeepers: An Overview

By Bee 2 Bee | 04 September 2019

What is spring management and what does it mean for you and your beehive? Spring has sprung and you – and your bees – are about to get very busy. Good spring management practices are essential. Here’s an overview of what will keep the average beekeeper busy in spring.  Regular Hive Inspections Are Key to…

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