Re: No Honey in Hive
Others with more experience (and closer to you) may provide a better response to your question. But, I think that you may have installed your bees at the tail end of the spring honeyflow in your area. Any syrup you have provided might have gone into the construction of comb. If you have a fall flow, it is likely that they will begin to store for the winter.
My own new packages took off at the beginning of May, and seemed to level off at the beginning of June. Then, they turned cranky, which indicated to me that we were in a dearth. One of my hives had stored a deep super of honey by that time. I began feeding syrup, and they continued to grow. Now that the asters (goldenrod) are blooming, I have reduced the amount of feeding and they are filling in the comb with honey quite nicely.
Pete. New 2013, 12 hives, zone 6a
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