Moving from ok queens . . . to great queens.
This is a very simple question, that I already know has no simple answer.
I've tried my hand at raising queens this season. My success rate isn't as high as I would like them to be, and my queens arn't as big and productive as I would like, but they are queens none the less.
But in raising queens, what do you do differently to make those monsters? Those large, fertile, productive queens?
In a sense, what do I need to work on, what do I need to improve on to make better queens next year?
I'm obviously in a direction forward, but I'm afraid I'm a little lost on what I should be doing to improve. Any thoughts? Books, articles, techniques, strategies?
Like I said, I know there is no easy and simple answer, just looking for thoughts.
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