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Maple Syrup Production Research
3/16″ Replicated Tubing Trials, Part 2, Steve Childs, Cornell Maple Program, Aug. 2020
3/16″ Replicated Tubing Trials, Steve Childs, Cornell Maple Program, Aug. 2020
Bleaching and double-tapping part of maple tubing trials on 5/16 lines from Cornell, Steve Childs, Cornell Maple Program, 13 July 2020.
Double-tapping trees might yield results, say Cornell researchers: Cornell studying second taphole trials this season, Kara Lynn Dunn, Northern NY Agricultural Development Program, 15 June 2020.
Does taphole sanitation pay off? Cornell studies 5/16 set-ups, Stephen Childs and Aaron Wightman, Cornell Maple Program, 8 July 2019
Get it bubbling: Dissolved oxygen improves syrup quality, Aaron Wightman, Cornell Maple Program, 7 July 2019
It could be the T’s: Results on 3/16th testing by Cornell researchers find plugged T’s might be the cause of second year production drop off, Stephen Childs, Cornell Maple Program, 27 June 2019
Cornell study shows results from re-tapping holes, Stephen Childs and Aaron Wightman, Cornell Maple Program, 4 Dec. 2018
Tap hole sanitation research in the ’17 season: Test results show several important outcomes, Stephen Childs and Aaron Wightman, Cornell Maple Program, 28 Feb. 2018
Some confusion over IPA usage: Do not use isopropyl alcohol as a maple sanitizer in the United States, various contributors, March 2016
Update on Cornell tests on 3/16” maple tubing, Stephen Childs, Cornell Maple Program July 2015
Get Brewing with Maple Beer: Cornell Maple Program develops maple beer recipe for home brewers and market potential, Aaron Wightman, Cornell Maple Program, Aug. 2020.
Sweet opportunity in a sour situation, Aaron Wightman, Cornell Maple Program, May 2020.
Unlocking the potential of sugar: Dark syrups with high inverts may make better product, Childs, S., Clyne, A., Wightman, A., Cornell Maple Program, 8 Apr. 2020.
Maple kombucha could be the next big thing, Ailis Clyne, Cornell Maple Program, 6 Sep. 2019
Running on maple: maple sports gel could fill growing market niche, Aaron Wightman, Cornell Maple Program, Sep. 2019
Making maple wine can be a new way to profits, Aaron Wightman, Cornell Maple Program, 13 Aug. 2019
Maple beverages offer another revenue stream: Cornell study beverage profits, Deborah Jeanne Sergeant, 8 May 2019
Candy Research, Part 2: Finding the right temp can help improve quality, Stephen Childs, Cornell Maple Program, Jan. 2016
Candy Research, Part 1: Improving your product, Stephen Childs, Cornell Maple Program, Nov. 2015
Maple candy research, Stephen Childs, Cornell Maple Program, Nov. 2015
Turning Maple Syrup Forests Into Bird-Friendly Habitat, Alison Haigh, 1 July 2019
Stability in Diversity: A Case Study of Birds in Sugarbushes, Anna Birn, 24 Apr. 2019
How About Those Woodlots; Can We Make Any Money From Them?, Rich Taber, 14 Jan. 2019
Maple and Birch Tapping Research Responds to Variable Climate, Kacey Deamer, 12 Dec. 2018
Video Series Shows How Farmers Can Profit From Forests, Kacey Deamer, 5 Nov. 2018
Low-Cost Fence Designs to Limit Deer Impacts in Woodlands and Sugarbushes, Peter Smallidge, 8 Jan. 2018
Working with Little Reverse Osmosis Units for Syrup Production, Stephen Childs, Tara Hammonds, 2 Oct. 2017
Maining a Healthy Sugarbush, Peter Smallidge, Tara Hammonds, 3 Apr. 2017
Cornell Institute for Climate Change & Agriculture: Cornell Maple, Carli Fraccarolli, 26 Feb. 2016
Tapping Walnut Trees for a Novel and Delicious Syrup Michael Farrell, Tara Hammonds, 11 Jan. 2016
Learn all about Maple Sugaring (online course), Steve Gabriel, 21 Dec. 2015
Strategies to Control American Beech and Other Forest Species, Peter Smallidge, Tara Hammonds, 5 Oct. 2015
Weighing the Pros and Cons of Producing Birch Syrup, Michael Farrell, Tara Hammonds, 6 Apr. 2015
Coverage of the Cornell Maple Program in other news sources
Unlocking the potential of sugar, The Pipeline, Childs, S., Clyne, A., Wightman, A., Spring 2020
Tapping maple’s potential in New York State Grassroots: The Voice of New York Agriculture, Aaron Wightman, March 2020
Maple makes inroads with athletes, The Pipeline, Aaron Wightman, Summer 2019.
Sweetening the climate change deal The News House, Megan Falk, 30 May 2019
Turning Maple Syrup Forests Into Bird-Friendly Habitat, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Alison Haigh, 31 Mar. 2019
The Science of Maple Syrup: From Tree to Pancake Stack and Everything in Between, The Cornell Daily Sun, Abigail Bezrutczyk, 11 Mar. 2019
UP CLOSE: Maple research center has new director, Lake Placid News, Griffin Kelly, 1 Mar. 2019
The hectic collection of sap, Utica Observer-Dispatch, Joseph Labernik, 12 Feb. 2019
Cornell study aims to improve, protect Northeast sugar maples, The Ithaca Voice, Alyvia Covert, 29 Mar. 2018
Climate Change Could Mean Less Maple Syrup For Your Pancakes, NPR, Jodi Helmer, 12 Feb. 2018
Update on Cornell Maple Program Tests on 3/16” Maple Tubing, The Pipeline, Stephen Childs, Summer 2015
Will maple days move from March to January with global warming?, Science X, Kara Dunn, 25 Mar. 2008