I just read (elsewhere) foundationless frames need to be pulled and burr, combs that are too thick need to be cut until the bees 'get it right"? Does anyone do this?
I have foundationless using popsicle sticks and the brood nests seem to be drawn perfectly. The honey supers were another story; very thick and I 'assumed' it was because I left too much space.
Does anyone actually go in while the frames are being built out and cut them if too thick? (seems like a lot of work and disturbance to the beess...). thanks