sounds just to easy to be true, huh?
well, my first project (mating nucs, raising up to 4 extra queens) obviusly went down the drain. so...i don't know is it luck or something, but like i mentioned it a few times before, 3 of my hives are being superceded, so i want to take advantage of it.
i screwed up one of the supercedures, and the bees don't seem to want to superced her again, so...the other hive has..3 queen cells, could i use one of the to requeen the other hive.
so, what i did is, i move a frame with one of the queen cell into the super and put double queen excludors inbetween, so the lower queens can't get into contact with the upper one, basicly i made a double queen hive. now..will the bees
-superced the lower queen while having another queen in the super?
can it be just that easy? i was intending to move the "super" queen in the other hive later. will it work?
oh, i put double excludor so there's a space between them, so they really can't get into contact.
by the way, the hive i wanted to requeen and raise few more queens, well today was a marvelous day to work with bees and i found the new queen and the first few thousand eggs