Ann Harman discusses preventing wax moth damage by utilizing a "low wattage" light and alternating honey supers. A photo shows honey supers alternately stacked, 90 deg. to each other with frames showing. "A hardware cloth top will prevent mice from entering" I'm assuming this means a hardware cloth top of each individual honey super in the stack? the frames look exposed. Presently I stack H. Supers 3 high and place them in a construction bag with PDB but would like to move away from this. Anyone have experience or clarification?
What would the heat build up be? Depends upon wattage? 15 W, 25 W?
How much light is necessary to deter the female wax moth from laying eggs?