I am in CA and have a very hard season so far. Essentially no flow.. been feeding since June.... My other commercial friends are reporting similar... one friend is already in 250,000 pounds of syrup and it is only August! We are also hearing guys are removing empty supers in Montana and North Dakota.... I have also been seeing excessive queen failures immediately after hot spells... the queens are become drone layers... I have read several research papers now suggesting that a short period of increased hive temp (104) will result in the queens stored sperm dyeing.... wondering if that is what is happening.... and if others are having a very poor year for flow.