At our local Beekeeper meeting last night a guy asked what to do about a problem he had with his bees not drawing comb from the foundation in his honey super. He said they won't even enter it. He said the two brood boxes are "full" without elaborating. He does have a queen excluder in place. Here are some suggestion he got: 1. Remove the queen excluder. 2. Turn the queen excluder sideways of the super so the bees have a gap to use. Once they start drawing comb, turn the excluder around to normal position. 3. Spray the plastic foundation in the honey super with sugar water. 4. Move the honey super between the brood boxes without the excluder in place. 5. Move a foundation with comb into the honey super. (He doesn't have any.) 6. Replace the plastic foundation with 100% beeswax foundation. I'm interested to know what would you have suggested.