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Cooke, W. W. (1891). The Bounty on Maple Sugar. Burlington: State Agricultural Experiment Station.

Cooke, W. W., & Hills, J. L. (1891). Maple Sugar. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Cooke, W. W., & Hills, J. L. (1892). The Results of the Bounty on Maple Sugar. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Jones, C. H., Edson, A. W., & Morse, W. J. (1903). The Maple Sap Flow. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Hills, J. L. (1904). The Maple Sap Flow. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Edson, H. A. (1910). Buddy Sap. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Hitchcock, J. A. (1928). Economics of the Farm Manufacture of Maple Syrup and Sugar. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Hitchcock, J. A. (1929). Cost and Profit in the Sugar Orchard. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Hills, J.L . (1938). How to Lessen the Content of Lead in Maple Products. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Jones, C. H. (1938). The Exclusion of Lead from Maple Sap: Progress Report. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Sproston, T., & Lane, S. (1953). Maple Sap Contamination and Maple Sap Buckets. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Arnold, E. L. (1957). Pumping Maple Sap From the Bucket to the Gathering Tank. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Marvin, J. W., & Greene, M. T. (1959). Some Factors Affecting the Yield from Maple Tapholes. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Arnold, E. L. (1960). Using Water Pumps for Gathering Maple Sap. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Laing, F. M., Lighthall, M. G., & Marvin, J. W. (1960). The Use of Plastic Tubing in Gathering Maple Sap. Burlington, Vt: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Laing, F. M., Lighthall, M. T. G., &Marvin, J. W. (1962). Studies on Pipeline Systems for Gathering Maple Sap. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Laing, F. M., Marvin, J. W., & Lighthall, M. T. G. (1962). Effect of New Techniques on Maple Sap Yields. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Morrow, R. R. (1963). Influence of Number and Depth of Tap Holes on Maple Sap Flow. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Cooperative Extension.

Laing, F. M., Marvin, J. W. & Chamberlain, W. J.(1964). Results and Evaluation of New Maple Techniques. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Willits, C. O. (1965). Maple Sirup Producers Manual. Washington, D.C: U.S. Department. of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service.

Marvin, J. W., Morselli, M. & Laing, F. M. (1967). A Correlation Between Sugar Concentration and Volume Yields In Sugar Maple An 18-Year Study. Forest Sci. 13:346—351

Laing, F. M. (1971). Installing Plastic Tubing. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Laing, F. M. (1971). Effect of High-Vacuum Pumping on Volume Yields and Composition of Maple Sap. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Laing, F. M. & Arnold, E. L. (1971). Use of Vacuum in Production of Maple Sap: Progress Report. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Laing, F. M., Morselli, M., & Marvin, J. W. (1973). Variations in Sap Flow Rate of Individual Sugar Maple Trees. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Duchacek, H. (1978). Sap Preheaters: Efficient Maple Syrup Processing. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

(1978). Wood residue fuels for maple evaporators. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Huyler, N. K. &Garrett, L. D. (1979). A Cost Analysis: Processing Maple Syrup Products. Broomall, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station.

Morselli, M., & Sendak, P. E. (1980). Maple Syrup Containers: Effect of Storage on the Stability of Three Table Grades. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Duchacek, H., Sendak, P. E., & Laing, F. M. (1982). Commercial-Scale Tubular Maple Sap Evaporator: Operation and Economics. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Merriam, R. L. (1982). Maple Syrup: The History, Romance, Mythology and Production of Maple Syrup. Conway, MA: Merriam.

Moulton, B. & Franz, M. (1982). Maple Sugaring Field Manual. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (1982). Sugar Maple Research: Sap Production, Processing, and Marketing of Maple Syrup. Broomall, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station.

Wells, G. D. (1982). Sugarhouse Design. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Whalen, M. L., & Morselli, M. (1983). In-Line Ultraviolet Light Treatment of Sugar Maple Sap. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Morselli, M., & Whalen, M. L. (1984). In-Line Ultraviolet Light Treatment of Sugar Maple Sap at Different Flow Rates and On Sap Concentrated by Reverse Osmosis. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Tyree, M. (1984). Maple Sap Exudation: How it Happens. Maple Syrup Journal, 4(1): 10-11.

King, W.G. & Morselli, M. (1985). Bacterial Adhesion to Plastic Tubing Walls. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Howard, D., & Pelsue, N. H. (1987). Maple Tubing Damage in Vermont Sugar Lots. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Morselli, M. & Whalen, M. L. (1987). "Salty" Syrup from Roadside Sugar Maples in Decline. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Donovan, D. & Staats, L. J. (1988). Increased Profits Through 31% Reduction in Energy Consumption. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Cooperative Extension.

Wilmot, T., Brett, P. W., & Tyree, M. T. (1995). Vigor and Nutrition vs. Sap Sugar Concentration in Sugar Maples. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Myott, L. (2002). Pricing Maple Syrup at the Farm: Staying in Business. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

van den Berg, A. K., Perkins, T. D., & Marckres, H. J. (2005). Chemical Safety in Maple Sugaring Operations. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Heiligmann, R. B., Koelling, M. R., & Perkins, T. D. (2006). North American Maple Syrup Producers Manual. Columbus: Ohio State University Extension.

Wilmot, T. (2006). Temperatures in the Sugarbush. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Hopkins, K. (2007). Maple Syrup Quality Control Manual. Bulletin #7038: University of Maine Cooperative Extension.

Rogers, G. (2008). Maple Syrup Costs: What Does it Really Cost to Produce That Gallon of Maple Syrup? Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Chabor, B. (2010). Does Spout Size Matter for Sap Yield? Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Cooperative Extension.

Childs, S. Evaluation of the Costs When Installing a Maple Tubing System. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Cooperative Extension.

Childs, S. Organic Maple Production - Marketing Opportunity or Road to Contempt. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Cooperative Extension.

Isselhardt, M., Williams, S., Stowe, B., & Perkins, T. Recommendations for Proper Plate Filter Press Operation. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

van den Berg, A.K. & Perkins, T. D. Chemical Safety in Maple Sugaring Operations. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Videos/DVDs

Kelley, J.W. & L.J. Staats (Directora). (1993). Maple Sap Production: From Tree to Collection Tank. Ithaca, NY. Cornell University Cooperative Extension (Producer).

Staats, L.J. & Hollen, G. (Director). (1994). Maple Production School, Volume 7: Basic Sap Production Guidelines and Maple Syrup Grading and Instrumentation. Ithaca, NY. Cornell University Cooperative Extension (Producer).

Martell, B. (Director). (1994). Maple Production School, Volume 9: Maple Product Quality Control. Ithaca, NY. Cornell University Cooperative Extension (Producer).

Scribner, R. & Scribner, V. (Directors). (1995). Maple Production School, Volume 10: Construction of a Sugar House on the Washington County Fairgrounds. Ithaca, NY. Cornell University Cooperative Extension (Producer).

Staats, L. J. (Director). (1995). Maple Sap Processing: Converting Sap to Syrup for a Quality Product. Ithaca, NY. Cornell University Cooperative Extension (Producer).

Websites

Maple Quality Control Manual, University of Maine Cooperative Extension.

Maple Sugaring Worksheets [Excel Spreadsheet] - Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Cost of Putting Up Maple Tubing [Excel Spreadsheet] - Cornell University Cooperative Extension.

Sugarbush Lease Agreement. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.

Maple Syrup Citation Database. Michigan State University Extension.


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