In the March 2006 issue of Bee Culture Magazine there is an article "Gullette Package" about hiving a package. The only difference from other articles I have read on this subject is that it describes putting the entire (opened) package into the hive rather than dumping the bees in. My question is about the warning at the beginning of the article. It says "remember, it has to be warm to do this - night temps should not go below 65 degrees F" Can this be true? April is package time and the night temps are in the fifties! I have a package coming on April 10 and the night temps will be in the fifties at best. What do you guys think?