I inspected my 3 hives for capped honey stores today. Looks like I have around 10-13 gallons of honey, based on my math. One hive has some frames that were drawn out late and were about half full of capped honey. The other parts of the same frame was not drawn out. Some frames in the middle were nearly fully capped and others were not. I remember that if the honey is 70 percent capped it can be harvested. I have a super that has some capped and some uncapped. Being it is end of september and there seems to be some flow left, would you recommend leaving it to allow the honey to fully cap? How much time would you wait? Unfortunely I don't have a refractometer to measure the amount of moisture. maybe a good investment. I understand if you shake the hive and the honey doesn't drip out it is good too. Not scientific. Do you ever pull out the fully capped and put the uncapped back in to finish in the hive? Will the bees work these frames or start working on the frames that were already spun out? I thought about segregating my frames and keeping the fully capped ones seperate, and then taking the less capped ones so it won't all spoil if its too moist. Could use this for some mead which wouldn't matter. Finally, I saw some hive beetles in one of my hives? This hive was a split and I lost a hive that went queenless mid summer. Any recommendations on how to treat for this? I know there are lot of questions, but I am still learning appreciate any help.