Pest Control Melbourne. The A to Z of Pests in Melbourne. Part 7. This is the last in our series of short articles about pests in the Melbourne area, so although we have been working through the list alphabetically,
Pest Control Melbourne The A to Z of Pests in Melbourne. Part 6. This instalment in our continuing series about pests around Melbourne focuses on a collection of spiders and fish that, in reality, are not fish at all! Ben’s
Leatherwood honey – a Tasmanian treasure. Monofloral honeys are derived predominantly from a single plant species, and can therefore be specific to an area or region, with unique and special qualities. Australia is noted for the production of several varieties
Manuka honey- what’s all the fuss about? Manuka honey is automatically associated with inherent medicinal qualities and a hefty price tag, and is also often assumed to be solely a product of New Zealand. Manuka honey is not strictly from
Pest Control Melbourne The A to Z of Pests in Melbourne. Part 5. Possums are the bane of many Melbourne gardeners and home owners, and introduced rats and mice are a common pest around our suburbs. Fortunately, if you have
Pest Control Melbourne The A to Z of Pests in Melbourne. Part 4. Part four in our series of short articles on pests in Melbourne consists of two quintessential Aussie pests, and one that has become notorious around the world.
Pest Control Melbourne The A to Z of Pests in Melbourne. Part 3. In this instalment of our continuing series of articles about pests in Melbourne, we focus on two groups of pest organisms that are particularly reviled by mankind.
The A to Z of Pests in Melbourne. Part 2. Although we specialise in bees and wasps at Ben’s Bees, we thought it would be worthwhile producing a short series of articles on the common pests that can be found
The A to Z of Pests in Melbourne. Part 1. Pest Control Melbourne At Ben’s Bees, we specialise in the safe and speedy removal of bees and wasps that have become a pest. You may be surprised how many pests
Bees vs. Big Business. Neonicotinoids; an insidious threat. Part 2. Despite conflicting statements from those with vested interests, there is substantial and compelling evidence that neonicotinoids – the most commonly used insecticides in the world – produce detrimental environmental effects.