All you need to know about storing wet supers in case you should contemplate it from that great welshman Wally Shaw.How long would you leave wet supers on ?
I wouldn't mind if he was, but he hasn't forgotten his roots - has family there still (I cannot remember at the moment where he's from) and visits pretty regularly.I bet he doesn’t take as much exception as you do?
..)......yes, "notched up"...it could sound a bit dodgy. Sorry for assuming the nationality of super-moderator you are. Same with me...country of habitation doesn't mean country of birth.I don’t quite know what “notched up” means but I’m strangely grateful I’m not one
Not in my experiencetried storing wet once and had this : "The combs can look pretty awful when they are brought out of storage next spring but the bees will quickly clean them for re-use."
they cleaned up the cells but was left with some moldy bits around the edges of the frame which wasn't ideal so have gone back to storing dry. Any pollen in the supers can also turn into a smelly lump of mold that you have to scrape out