To get just one gallon of syrup, you'll have to process about 40 gallons of sugar maple
or walnut sap, or as many as 100 gallons of birch or sycamore sap!
About 20 gallons of sugar maple
sap is needed to make a quart of syrup.
Where the wall ends, I continue following a faint field line--where a hedgerow once ran--through sugar maple
, basswood and eastern hemlock.
We compared the proportion of sugar maple
seeds eaten to the proportion of seeds cached to explore the predominant effect of small mammals on postdispersal (i.e., after dispersing via wind from the parent tree) sugar maple
seeds during the summer months in a northern hardwood forest.
Christ of Easter, may we possess the faith of the grain of wheat, that we may die to ourselves in order to realize the Father's harvest of justice and forgiveness; May we embrace the spirit of the sugar maple
, that we may be willing to give ourselves for the sake of others as Christ gave himself for us.
Hard maple, maple, rock maple, sugar maple
, white maple, black maple.
The less damaged portion of the valley is dominated by sugar maple
, with black walnut, box-elder, white ash, slippery elm and red oak of secondary importance.
We found a significant difference between the wood density of red maple and that of sugar maples
, which will affect digester throughput.
Someone arguing that, say, a splinter and a pool cue came from the same tree based on certain genetic markers would have a tough time showing that those markers don't occur frequently in any population of sugar maples
. Wood geneticists haven't yet built the huge databases that would be required.
The flaming fall displays of sugar maples
and other deciduous trees may have a function beyond luring tourists.
For a number of years, OFRI have been studying sugar maples
on test plots north of the Sault on Lake Superior's east shore.
Density of sugar maples
[less than]42 cm dbh decreased monotonically, but no density trend was evident for larger stems (Fig.