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Hi,
Hopefully you didn't destroy all the superceedure cells, as the bees are effectively raising a " queen of last resort ", allow atleast one to mature, there will always be drones in the area to service your queen no problems there. My only real concern is you will have to artificially stimulate brood rearing by feeding them very heavily, and provide pollen substitute as the bulk of the nectar flows are done for the year. inj some areas there is a good fall flow, but can't rely on that.
Welcome to the board, and the world of beekeeping.
Barry
 
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