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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Syrup From One Maple Tree- You Can Do It

  • Aired: 02/11/2017
  • 42:33
  • Rating: TV-G
Dan Tyler, Maple Syrup Hobbyist, explains how to tap a maple tree, what equipment you need and how to determine when sap starts running. Tyler discusses how to boil the collected sap to make syrup. Even if you only have one or two sugar maple trees in your yard, Tyler encourages you to create your own maple syrup.
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Dan Tyler explains how to make small batches of maple syrup from your sugar maple trees.
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