Just hived packages, now subfreezing temps. Feeding question.
Just hived 3 packages yesterday, now on the first day of spring we are supposed to go to 30 deg. tonight. I have top feeders full of syrup on them, now I'm worried about condensation with it supposed to be in the 40's at night for the rest of the week and warming up to 60's during the day.
Would putting an inner cover under the feeder help contain the moisture and condensation, or would it be best to remove the feeders and put a baggie feeder on top of an inner cover until the temps moderate?