Hi, newbie here looking for some advice. We lost our first hive in autumn (suspect varoa, there was no AFB present). We introduced a NUC into the cleaned up hive on 24 Sept. Brood box has full depth plastic frames from last season that have been cleaned and waxed (using wax from last year's harvest). A 25% full 3/4 super (wax frames) from last season was put on top with a queen seperator. Inspecting today there was a lot of action in the super but not much in the brood box. We're pretty sure we saw the queen in the brood box. Most of the bees in the brood box are all along one side, There are only slight traces of new foundation being made on the brood frames. Is this normal?......and how long does it take for cells to be made and eggs to be laid? Thanks in advance.