Maple Products & Management

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Freezing Nights & Warm Sunny Days


Managing forest-grown maples to help them develop the wide, spreading crowns that will produce sweet and plentiful sap.


N.H. Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food Resources

Good Forestry in the Granite State

University of Maine Cooperative Extension

Cornell University

The How, When and Why of Forest Farming

Resources

September 2018 was the final deadline for maple operations who have to comply with some or all of the Preventive Controls for Human Food rule of FSMA.... Learn More
Some maple operations will have compliance requirements under the Preventive Controls for Human Food Rule of the Food Safety Modernization Act or FSMA... Learn More
All native maples can be tapped for sap. Sap runs with cold nights in the 20’s, daytime 40’s. Expect 8-10 runs during the season. During each run, one... Learn More
How does vacuum and atmospheric pressure affect the sap run? Examples of Tree Pressures and sap flow. Learn More

Articles

UNH Extension forestry and wildlife experts and special guests answer audience questions live.
UNH Extension forestry and wildlife experts and special guests answer audience questions live. Learn More
In late winter the familiar metal buckets begin appearing on maple trees all over New Hampshire. It’s maple sugaring season! Sugaring is a classic New... Learn More
Happily, one volunteer activity that I am still able to do during the pandemic restrictions is to measure trees for the NH Big Tree program, following... Learn More

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