Re: HELP - Lost Two Hives to Wax Moths
When you say there are still bees in them, do you mean queen with brood and some workers? Or just workers probably robbing them out? If you have queen and brood, I'd pull all the equipment, clean the boxes thoroughly, then reinstall the frames with brood, being sure there are no wax moths/worms on those frames, and brush all the remaining bees onto the good frames. Reduce hive entrance. Any frames full of honey and pollen not too damaged by wax moth cocoons and webbing I'd put in the freezer to kill the moths, then put back into the hive for the bees. Good luck!
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