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I have a strong hive, with a brood chamber consisting of a deep and a medium. Then a queen excluder. With two medium supers on top. One of the supers is just-extracted comb. The other is comb that they have drawn out from foundation over the past couple of weeks, not capped yet. The extracted comb was placed this past week (exchanged with capped super).

Noticed a lot of bearing on front of hive. Hive is in shade. Don't think it is because of heat. Hive is pretty full.

The bearding occupies about half of the front of the hive.

Question I have, is should I throw on an additional honey super?

[no I don't have the equipment now to do a split]
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