Hi all! I'm new to the forum but have found it a very valuable resource over he past 6 months. I'm new to beekeeping, just got my first hive in the spring started from a NUC. It is now 2 deeps, 10 frames each. The second deep is 7 of 10 frames filled out and feels pretty heavy. In mid July I fed some pollen patties (really just mixed pollen with honey), it seemed to really get the queen laying, now there's a lot of bees. Ive been feeding syrup since the start 1:1 ratio. My question is, now that there's a fall pollen flow starting and a lot of bees, should I add a super? The bee's are still taking syrup (will they ever stop) so I know they'll just put this syrup into any new comb but can you put a super on because of space issues and still feed them just not harvest anything? Should how much syrup the bees take be my indication as to whether or not to stop feeding? Just feeling a bit confused about these things so any help advice or tips are appreciated.