paul wheaton wrote:
If you already have a lot of sugar maples, then I think you have nothing to worry about. I think they will do their own propagation.
And there is one interesting tidbit: check out St. Lawrence Nursery for the "sweet sap silver maple": ready to tap in 1/3 the time and the sap has 2.5 times more sugar per gallon!
Good catch Paul, how'd you come across the nursery?
What I don't understand is how they changed the earth's orbit to fit the metric calendar. Tiny ad:
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