I placed supers on each of my hives, sandwiched between the brood boxes, to get them familiar with the new frames. I don't plan to leave it there, I was instructed to do this when placing new boxes with undrawn frames. My hives are located on some property a distance away from my house so I can't get out there every day. Flowering trees are opening everywhere with plenty of dandelions and other flowering plants. I noticed the bees bringing in nectar and filling cells, so the nectar is out there. How fast theoretically could they draw out the super? I would like to plan to make the trip out there after its likely half the super or so is drawn to move it back to the top of the hive. Should I check in a week? Wait longer? Shorter? Also, if my methods here are completely off base please feel free to put me in my place. Haha. Thanks.