My hive has three medium supers of mostly drawn frames that are only partially filled with honey but no complete capped frames (or anywhere near complete). The bees don’t seem interested in capping the cells. Is this anything to worry about? I put on the additional supers when the original one was drawn out but not capped. I added the new supers on the bottom of the super with the drawn frames to force the bees to start working the new frames. The hive has a screened bottom board and the environment here is very dry so I would imagine the honey is cured (what I have scooped out, tastes good). I don't want to harvest raw honey so I haven't taken any yet. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get the girls to finish up there work? :scratch: This is a new hive this year that is from a captured swarm in May.