Am I in the ball park with this plan? I have about 10 single deep hive body colonies and I'm already out of supers with blown out wax. Last weekend I starting pulling out a couple of frames from the strong colonies and substitute out empty frames from the sides of the weak hives. Dropped the frames into the center of the singles. I also moved a lot of brood comb full of drones larvae and placed them along the edges of the brood pattern. Out of all the colonies, I had two that were already making wax under the sugar blocks I had in extension boxes on top. These hives are in northwest Georgia so the main honey flow is more that a month to three weeks away. Maples are finishing up and henbit/cherry trees and pear trees are coming on strong. I have medium supers with foundation ready but most of these hives are not that strong, maybe 5-7 frames were covered. I've pulled off most of the solid sugar and have been feeding 1:1 since last month. No queen cells were found but the strong hives had a lot of drones ready to hatch in the next ten days. Keep on equalizing the hives or do something else till the bees start showing more signs of new wax?