Spring Bees, spring honey

Hi everyone, we are now in April, for sure the temperature has risen and we are promised to be in 20s by the end of the week. In this weeks garden hive inspection, all three queens were located and the colony is building nicely. The queen lays 1500-2000 eggs a day, so the population is definitely increasing. I could see brood and eggs and grubs (know as bees at all stages bias). The wings of the emerging nursing bees looked great. Although there is some sign of varroa (with a few wing deformation). But as the hive relies on the health of the entire colony. Every thing otherwise looked good. They will reach full capacity in July. I have put supers above the brood chamber. Because of th

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