The ALB poses a grave threat to maple trees, and to the maple syrup industry.
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A new method of gathering sap from sugar maple saplings is being tested.
A summary of the current state of maple production in New England is based on surveys returned from approximately 163 sugarmakers in April, 2009.
Wood chips, wood pellets, and used vegetable oil can all be used to fire properly adapted evaporators. Each has advantages and challenges.
Research results from experiments on sap yield using new and used spouts.
Common problems with sugaring equipment and how to avoid them.
Making value-added products, educating consumers, and creative strategies to bring visitors to your sugarhouse are all ways to increase profits for sugarmakers.
Knowing when, where, and how to tap is critical to making good maple syrup and keeping trees healthy.
There are a number of ways to clean tubing systems to avoid microbial contamination of tapholes and sap.
Using 3/16″ tubing can create non-mechanical vacuum that can increase sap yield.