Wax Moth in honey supers
I've got a pretty severe wax moth infestation in a couple of hives. My fault entirely... they were weak hives. I should have combined them but anyway... I've seen wax moth larvae invade brood chambers with their silky tunnels, but never honey supers. So I took the hives apart and put the boxes on top of each other kitty corner in the middle of my bee yard so the bees from my other hives could rob out the honey. In all theres about 100lbs of honey. Kitty corner stacking introduces light and apparently wax moth hate the light. But the real reason I did this was to try and recoop some of the honey . But then I read that the honey might be bad. Is this true? If so I will just burn the frames, honey and all and count it as a loss. Please advise. Maqny thanks.
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