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Author Topic: Queen cells in my swarm trap  (Read 456 times)
Cheech
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« on: April 29, 2012, 01:57:23 PM »

Hi,
did a cutout of one of my trapped swarms today and found a couple capped queen cells on two of the combs.
since I have thoroughly stressed out the bees, should i just leave them alone so the new virgin queens can do their thing, or should i take one out and try to save the queen by making a split from one of my other hives.
here in JA, we have about a month left of the real nectar flow.
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