It has been a very poor season here in SA. At the start of spring I put two supers on most of my hives. Now I am preparing for winter and about to remove the second super and harvest what honey is there. I will have a lot of regular drawn combs - and am trying to find out some different ideas for storing them over winter. Freezing them all is not an option- though I can freeze them all for a few days to kill any wax moth eggs. Wax Moth is my enemy- what are my options for storing the frames over winter?
I have heard people say they wrap them in plastic- but have also heard other people say wax moth will eat right through that? Do any forum users store significant amounts of frames over winter and how do you go about it? A penny for your thoughts.