Velbert, I may try that. I failed some grafts a few weeks ago, from the daughter of one of your 2006 Russians. I had trouble seeing, I kept poking holes through the [new] comb, etc. They did not start a single one. I recombined my starter with the main hive, and got some different glasses, etc, planning to try again. Sunday I found beautiful capped queen cells throughout, scattered over several brood frames. They looked too nice to be emergency cells. I think the queen and swarm had already left. I didn't have the equipment or time at the moment to do much other than split it three ways. 2 will get mated here in Adair county, and one in Tulsa county.Seeing is not as easy for me.
Tried this Jenter queen rearing Last year
You will not need all the magnifiers and microscope ect.
This another man doing the Jenter
In foreign language but by watching you will know what is being done