Re: 1 Supersedure/Emergency Cell, What to do
Agree with the good advice given so far.
Also, if it's an 8 frame hive and so far they have only drawn 5 of the frames, it's highly unlikely it would have swarmed. If the hive was normal, it's supersedure or you recently killed the queen. In either case leave the cell alone.
The hive might not have been normal though, I'm just wondering because you said it has 5 drawn frames and they are mostly full of nectar. It could possibly have been queenless for quite a while, do you know for sure it had a queen recently?
Other thing, do the hives in Miami have drones at the moment? If there's no drones, whatever is in the queen cell will not be able to mate. So if the hive is queenless and raising an emergency cell, but there's no drones, you should kill the queen cell and unite the nuc with another hive.
44 years, been commercial, outfits up to 4000 hives, now 120 hives and 200 nucs as a hobby, selling bees. T (mostly).