May 18, 2023

May 18, 2023

We went and checked on the queens and added 12 more cells from the second graft to the cell raiser. The queens from the first graft weren’t mated yet due to bad weather, so we left them there to check in on them later. We also made more mating nucs; we went from having 21 mating nucs to 25 mating nucs.

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