>Do you have a tip on getting comb drawn after the flow is over.
They only draw comb when there is nectar (or its equivalent) coming in and there is no where to store it. If they have drawn comb, there is no point worrying about it. If you have a struggling colony that will need more comb and there is a flow, there is no reason to feed them. In fact, the risk of robbing is not worth it. If you have a struggling colony that needs more comb before winter and there is a dearth, then you may have to feed them to get it drawn. I always feed 5:3 (sugar:water). I know there are those who think that 1:1 will get more wax drawn. I have not seen that it makes any difference at all. The 5:3 keeps better and is less syrup to haul around for the energy you are putting in the hive and less work for the bees to dry it and easier to dissolve than 2:1.http://bushfarms.com/beesfeeding.htm