Will the warm weather impact maple syrup production?

"It's that cycling back and forth that really causes the sap to run," said Bert Cregg, an associate professor of Forestry and Horticulture at MSU. "That normally happens in March and early April."

Bryan Droscha drills a hole an inch and a half into a maple tree. (Robert Killips | Lansing State Journal)

MASON - Bryan Droscha spent Friday afternoon in the woods, running sap lines in a newly leased parcel that will add to his family's maple syrup operation.

With another sugaring season beginning, there was no time to waste... Read the full article in the Lansing State Journal.


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