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I'm wanting to harvest some capped honey frames, but I don't wish to process that straight away. My experience with storing them, is wax moth ends up getting into it.

Can I simply freeze the honeycombs, to kill off any microeggs that might hatch into wax moth?

As a side question, I plan to let the honey frame to sit around for 2-3 weeks before processing it. If it's protected from insects, might there be a bad reason to leave it out for awhile? I can't leave it in the freezer for that whole duration.
 
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