At Top Dog Pest Control our main aim is to make your home pest-free with our experienced pest control Gold Coast Services. In saying that not all insects are created to make our life difficult, the Bee is one of nature’s true heroes and here is why …..

Flowers that bloom earlier or later due to climate change leave bees with fewer food sources at the beginning of the season. From development and abandoned farms, bees lose habitat and flowers that are bee-friendly. In addition, many colonies fail because of neonicotinoid pesticides on plants, or harmful parasites such as mites. The good news is that gardeners have ways to boost bee populations. Bee-friendly gardens produce healthy and vibrant plants and ensure that bees continue to play an essential role in our ecosystem.

Reasons why bees are beneficial to nature


Pollination is a process in which bees move pollen from plant to plant and bloom to flower, as we are taught from an early age. In fact, bees pollinate almost 85% of all human food crops and a variety of crops used to feed cattle. Our food alternatives would be severely limited without the honeybee, and research has been undertaken that predicts environmental collapse if the honeybee disappears.


Honeybees flutter from bloom to flower, pollen-spreading from one plant to the next. Some pollen gathers on the bee’s fuzzy legs and is later fed to the young bees as food. Bees use pollen as a source of food, and it is transformed into energy, allowing the bee to fly for long periods to gather and spread pollen. As a result, crops thrive and produce fruit, vegetables, flowers, nuts, seeds, beans, and much more due to the bee’s attention.

The Environment

Most plants and flowers rely on bees to complete their life cycle. Surprisingly, dozens of kinds of solitary bees have evolved to pollinate a single type of plant and coexist with that plant’s lifecycle. The plant would stop reproducing and die extinct if that specific species did not devote itself to it. Unfortunately, disease, parasites, pesticides, and the degradation of their primary food sources have caused many bee species to perish each year. We will lose harvests as more species perish, and certain plants will eventually become extinct if bees do not play a role.


Humans are the only species of insect that produces a food consumed by bees. Its antibacterial properties make honey natural and have a long list of health benefits. In addition, because honey is produced without chemicals or human interference, it is a healthier alternative to sweeteners and processed foods that contain high fructose corn syrup.


The most common use of beeswax is a candle, but it has also been used for other interesting purposes. A waxy coating that coats cheese rounds and furniture and lip balm, lip balm, and chewing gum is made from beeswax. In addition, honeycombs are made of this secretion, secreted by worker honeybees. Beeswax is so versatile that it has become a hot commodity in trade and commerce.

Antibacterial components

It’s crucial to note that honey isn’t a cure-all, but it does have certain benefits in terms of fighting off certain illnesses or alleviating the symptoms of others. Propolis, a byproduct found in honey and beeswax, are antibacterial agents. This substance can aid in the battle against germs and infection, making it particularly effective in treating wounds. Honey has also been discovered to help with sore throats caused by the common cold. Due to the presence of pollen in honey, there is some support for the hypothesis that exposing children to honey at an early age can help them overcome allergies.

Top Dog Pest Control is committed to providing the best pest control on the Gold Coast possible. Our clients stay with us for life because of our straightforward, honest, and trustworthy attitude. Top Dog Pest Control Gold Coast understands how important pest-free property is to clients, and we won’t leave a job until our clients are completely satisfied. Top Dog’s experts can provide you with Pest Control solutions to fit your needs, regardless of your property’s condition.