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  • TF storage of frames?

    Hello!
    I have a hive that succumbed to a wax moth infestation among also having a issue with a lost queen.

    I will scrape the frames that are too far gone, and all the frames will be frozen overnight. The boxes are too big to fit in the freezer.

    Some frames still look OK, What is the appropriate way to store these in my garage without pests getting to the wax? I’ve only read about some chemicals from Man Lake and I’d like to avoid that if possible. I don’t have enough room in my freezer to store over the winter.

    Thanks!

    BF

  • #2
    Ok, not sure if I upset someone with my question. I need to pull these off soon before it all turns to goo so I’ll go the amazon route for now.

    I tried searching the forum for an answer but couldn’t find anything. If someone would like to provide an answer for the next guy who is looking for a treatment free option I bet they would appreciate it!

    Thank you for all the great resources on the forum!

    Best,

    John aka Burrows Forge

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    • BobTheBuilder
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      Allas this forum isn't as alive as we hope it would be.

  • #3
    I stack my boxes on end under the eave of my house, plenty of air, plenty of light. Watch for rodents.
    100% Treatment-Free, 16 years.
    Medford, Oregon, USA

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    • #4
      Ok, thanks!

      BurrowsForge

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