It could be the T's! Cornell researchers are concluding that production drop off on 3/16 tubing could be caused by plugged T's.
A batch of Maple Kombucha in a "brewing vessel" at the Cornell Maple Program's maple research lab in Van Etten, N.Y. Cornell researchers say this type of beverage could be the "next big thing" in maple.
Still too far. Proper tapping depth is important in sap collection and overall production, according to UVM researchers.
The dreaded Spotted Lanternfly has not been found in New York State yet, but has been found in Pennsylvania and Virginia. It is an invasive species from China that chews up maples.