Re: After split no queen, few workers, mostly drones
Prompting for a bit more info... You're in Thailand? Do you have Asian or European bees? Most here are not familiar with practices for Asian bees, but some who know will chime in helpfully. Which do you have? (trying to cut down on your lead time for useful answers)
But I would also ask whether you can recombine the split with the colony. It seems from my limited experience that your parent colony needs attention. If it has developed laying workers, it may be hostile to a new queen. In one of my booming-colony splits, one multi-box stack ended up with laying workers. In trying to recover (lots of nectar in those boxes) I lost two purchased mated queens and had the bees ignore queen-making on a frame of brood between the two queens. I shook them out and split their boxes among other colonies. I think I should have recombined them right away, making a smaller split after getting them queen-right again.
"I thought I made a mistake once, but I was wrong." (heard often from the late David Sebree) Still making them, myself