2 weeks ago I posted a question about my hive inspection that showed no brood in any of my 2 deeps or top medium super, but plenty of bees. I thought I was queenless. It was recommended that I put in a frame of capped and uncapped brood from my other healthy hive. I did this last weekend. This weekend I inspected and found no queen cells, but evidence of laying workers. Irregular bullet-shaped capped cells on the frame next to the one I added the week before, more than one egg in many of the cells. Now my question is: at this time in the season, in North Carolina, is it too late to deal with this and save the colony? If not too late, whats the best solution? I still have plenty of bees, they are still foraging, though not as aggressively as the other hive. Thanks!