Two weeks ago I treated my two colonies with Apiguard. The literature calls for two treatments two weeks apart. Today was the day for the second treatment. Now I have another two weeks before I can add the supers back on for the last nectar of the season. Both hives are strong. Both hives are made up of two deep hive bodies. The top hive body of each hive was packed pretty heavily before treatment, and the bottom hive body for each had stores and space for brood but neither was what I would call heavy. So here I am two weeks into treatment and I'm seeing the bees bringing in pollen by the truckloads. I've no doubt that they are filling up what little space was left to fill. A good thing to an extent, but I'm worried about too much of a good thing. In my minds eye I see them running out of space and swarming on me just before winter. I'm wondering what I can do to keep them from running out of packing space before the next two weeks are up. I was thinking of just pulling two frames of capped honey from the top hive bodies of each hive and letting them work some new frames. I could store the full frames until spring and give them back to the hive at that point. Or, if they don't use the frames in the next two weeks I could place them back in the hives when I re-super. thoughts?