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Golf Course Sugar Maple “polyculture”

January 11, 2017

Golf Course Sugar Maple “polyculture”

The USDA does not subsidize Maple syrup or maple wood products and more importantly does not keep Sugar maple trees in its botanical collections

The University of Cornell in New York state does have a Sugar Maple experiment station with a botanical collection.Our idea is that the university in all Sugar Maple producing states could set up university golf courses for students and staff that would generate revenue and host sugar maple experiment stations and this could be a model for other university agricultural experiment stations.Are there for example agricultural experiments for the grasses?(yes) could we incorporate prairie grasses as traps in a golf course?


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