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What To Expect In Your Beehive During Spring

By Beatriz | July 6, 2020

If you would like to start beekeeping, spring is the best time to do so! The beehive becomes the busiest when the weather starts to become warmer. Here are some things that you can expect to see in your beehive during spring.  Increase in Queen Egg Laying During winter, the queen bee halts in laying…

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Beekeeping Chat with Dwayne and Peter Barr

By Beatriz | July 1, 2020

Last 23rd of June, we had the pleasure to have a beekeeping chat with Peter Barr. He is the host of the Focus segment from 720 AM ABC Perth Radio. The segment focused on honey bees and the sudden rise of backyard beekeeping amongst suburban areas, especially in Perth.  Our resident beekeeper, Dwayne, has gladly…

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Traditional Beekeeping and Honey

By Beatriz | June 16, 2020

Traditional beekeeping has been a practice for years. The native land owners have been harvesting honey from the bush over the years. For some, beekeeping is part of a tradition and collecting honey has been part of a routine for many generations.  Sugarbag Honey Indigenous Australians used to collect honey from the native stingless bees…

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Global Brands Supports Urban Beekeeping

By Beatriz | June 9, 2020

The rise of urban beekeeping has called the attention of many global brands, including IKEA. The global movement “Save the Bees” has definitely sparked a conversation on the importance of bees and pollination.  With that said, urban beekeeping became a trend in Australia amongst the young generations. As such, IKEA in Australia joined in the…

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Winter Management: Learning About Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD)

By Beatriz | June 2, 2020

There is another threat to the bee populations that we do not know much about. Many countries have shown efforts on monitoring bee populations since the first reports of Colony Collapse Disorder emerged. The status of the bee’s lives is still close to endangerment. The US alone has seen a loss of 23% on their…

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Winter Management: Causes of Winter Failure

By Beatriz | May 19, 2020

Winter for beekeepers is one of the most crucial seasons, it’s either you make it or break it for the bloom of spring! As the climate continues to drop, you’ll see a decline in bee activity from the outside. Bee’s thrive in warmer climates, that is why they are at their busiest during summer. This…

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