Re: Where and how to store drawn comb
I had good success last winter freezing the whole dry super 48 hrs, making sure they were nice and dry after thawing (fan and dehumidifier in my workshop) then put each super in a CLEAR lawn/leaf plastic garbage bags with desiccant pack made from silica cat litter stapled in a paper towel. The packs were about fist sized.
The desiccant prevented any mold and the clear individual bags were easy to spot check without opening. There was one where a survivor moth appeared inside so I popped the whole thing back in and out of the freezer and had no damage to comb.
Because my storage area in the basement can have humidity issues during wet weather, the desiccant packs have been great and prevented mold on the comb which I had one winter before I used them.
-- BlueRidgeBee: dozen-ish hives & nucs, Western NC Mtns,
Zone6, Elev. 3004ft, chem-free IPM since 2011