The nuc I bought had some capped honey on the outermost frames that protruded past the width of the end bars on the frames by 6-7mm but there was also come brood cells with capped brood in the bottom of the frames. When I installed the nuc it was in the 50s so I kept all the nuc frames together and added the 5 new frames on the outside. Anyway, I noticed this weekend that the capped honey was protruding into the next fram over and the bees weren't drawing that out. Since the weather has taken a turn and we have a strong flow on I moved those frame with capped honey all the way to the outsides of the box and mixed the new frames in with the frames that came in the nuc. The problem is the capped honey now voilates beespace on the outside of the box and I think it touches in spots even. Will the bees now uncap and relocate that honey to open up the beespace or will it be abandoned? All the frames are butted up tight to each other.