St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service
Manual or Documentation
Explains how to identify the four types of maple trees that are suitable for producing maple syrup in Minnesota: sugar maple (hard maple) Acer saccharum; red maple (soft maple) Acer rubrum; silver maple (soft or cutleaf maple) Acer saccharinum; and boxelder (Manitoba maple) Acer negundo.
Vogt, C. 1994. Identifying Maple Trees for Syrup Production. University of Minnesota Extension Service Fact Sheet FS-6286-A.
2 pages. Illustrated.
University of Minnesota Extension Service.
Identifying Maple Trees for Syrup Production.
St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service.
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