Accurately measuring density is critical to the production of pure maple syrup. This article explores how impurities in syrup can affect the accuracy of tools used to measure density.
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Tree growth rate can be an important indicator of how well the tree will heal from tapholes.
Achieving a consistent and acceptable density level for maple syrup continues to be a challenge for many producers.
This article will demonstrate how to determine the amount of sap or water to add to heavy syrup to reduce its density to the desired level.
This article demonstrates how to use alligation to determine weights or volumes to mix when combining two syrups to obtain a blend with the desired density.