Okay, beeks. Need some help for sure here. Went out and worked one of my hives from top to bottom today. Did some spring cleaning for the bees. I have been feeding them sugar in a top feeder. Just sugar - no water, not fondant. We had some problems in the late fall with wax moths getting into our stored hives in the house. Yes, I know it was a bad idea on my part. I thought I had them airtight, etc. My Dad and I cleaned all remnants of wax moths off the frames, froze the honey for approximately 1 week, and then thawed it, then placed it back on our hives for them to feed off of for the winter and clean up. Today is the first time I've been out there since - about 70F plus in the sun with an occasional breeze. No drones, no eggs, did not see the queen. Top deep was nearly empty, all cells cleaned and some capped honey where you'd expect it. Bottom deep was mostly capped honey, but some that was uncapped looked as though it had some type of mold in it. No mites. What do you think? I need to get this hive geared up since the warmer weather is arriving. Just took the entrance reducers off - for now I've taken the top feeder & sugar off the top. Thinking of feeding them sugar syrup now to kick things into high gear. Looking for lots of opinions/words of wisdom/thoughts/advice. Thank you!