When will the nectar flow be over in northeast TN? Once the flow is over I want to take my honey supers off fairly quickly so that I can go ahead and treat with Formic pro in my production hives and Thymol in my nucs, before it gets hot. And then get them fed. Once the flow is over do I need to leave the boxes on the hives a certain amount of time to maybe let the honey “ripen” or to let the bees finish capping it further? Or is it fine to take them off right away? Then do you generally place the frames of honey in a room with a dehumidifier for 2 days prior to extracting. My fully capped honey has always been a little wet according to two calibrated refractometers. What I noticed previously is the dehumidifier dried out the honey if it was not capped but did not do much if it was capped. I tend to think that my honey is clover honey and just naturally wet. If your honey gets too dry does that increase the occurrence of chrystillization?