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I have some supers I have not used yet this year, and maybe won't as it is late to expect a harvest in the lower edge of the Piedmont in NC. I was going through a stack of previously used supers and saw some both light and dark drawn comb with a light green fungus on the comb front edges. I'm wondering if this comb is ruined, or if it can be cleaned off prior to use by bees, or if the bees will take care of cleaning. Any thoughts from you fellow 'keeps?
 
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