I went today to continue pulling the summer crop and reducing the size of the hive to make it easier pulling the fall crop. I ended up having to leave alot of supers on. Last week they had the moisture content down so I was going to consolidate finished frames and take it off. What I found was several frames of fresh nectar in just about every box. I was amazed with even full capped supers that had any space available(empty super above it) had "shake out". Maybe I should call it "pour out", tip the comb and the nectar poured out. If the weather holds 1-2 supers each of honey could be made yet. The first yard I thought it was because of the alfalfa field in bloom but the next 3 yards don't have any blooming alfalfa close by. What every yard did have close by was lot's of golden rod and joe pye weed. I didn't see much aster blooming.