I am a newbee, so please help. I removed my supers today after leaving the bees clean them out for the last 2 days. The bees chose to VERY quickly start to fill many of the frames up with nectar again. To some extent all 7 of my supers have SOME honey in the frames once again, and some seem to be partly filled and capped. What should I do with these supers at this time in preparation for winter storage? Should I hassle around and try to extract them all again( a lot of work)? Leave what watery honey is in there and not worry about it? Also, what is the BEST way to prevent wax moths from getting in the supers over the winter? I will be storing them in a shed in my backyard.
I bought paramoth last week and was planning on using it but I think I want to stay away from the harshness of a toxic chemical in my honey supers, especially since there is stored honey in them again.
I looked into BT, but I have read that bees sometimes do not touch the comb the following Spring.
I guess at this time I would like the best "chemical free" route that I can take. I was considering just wrapping them up, storing them, and then hoping for no moths next Spring.
I know this topic is already on Beesource.com somewhat but I have not found the answer that fits my scenario. This have been the biggest "bump in the road" for me during my first year of beekeeping and I am trying not to give up on beekeeping (this is the closest that I have been).