Re: How long should you feed a split colony?
Small cups with open hole. Didn't see eggs or larvae in them. Many of the frames have quite a bit of nectar but there is space for her to lay....assuming she uses it.
By nectar I mean they they are filled with a clearish liquid but not capped...some cells are nearly full while others seem to only have a small amount in them. There are also many cells that have red/yellow/orange substance 1/3 to 1/2 full which I assumed to be pollen.
"I've found the bees to be better at this than I am"