Beekeepers. Say you want to eliminate the chore of reversing hive bodies from your management routine. How do you do it? In my experience, if left to their own devices the queen will reside in the top box and leave the bottom (two deep brood chamber) until it becomes empty and will eventually swarm or move swiftly into honey supers. I guess my questions are these:
1. If you don't reverse what is your swarm control method and what do you do with that empty box?
2. How do you keep the queen out of the honey supers without a queen excluder with no reversing?
3. Will running all mediums help by some way allow the queen to interchange b/w boxes more easily?