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Physical characteristics of seasoning discolorations in sugar maple sapwood
John M. McMillen
|Statement||by John M. McMillen.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research paper FPL -- 248.|
Maple syrup is the primary product created from maple sap. Maple syrup may be con-verted into other products, including maple candy, maple cream (also referred to as ma-ple butter or maple spread) and maple fudge. asically, these are produced by con-centrating finished syrup to a greater densi-ty and stirring the highly concentrated Size: 3MB. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, “Physical Characteristics of Seasoning Discolorations in Sugar Maple Sapwood”, (ROM through ROM ). Forest and Wildlife Research Center Research Advnaces, “Novel Method for Controlling Gray Stain in Logs and Lumber”, (ROM through ROM ).
Sugar Maple Sweet Maple Thumbnail Maple Origin: Throughout most of North America. Commercial species are concentrated in the eastern United States and Canada, particularly in the mid-Atlantic and Lake states. Appearance: The sapwood of sugar maple is a lovely creamy white, while the heartwood ranges from creamy white to light reddish brown. "Maple Sugar, From Sap to Syrup" is a highly polished and well constructed overview of sugaring history and technique. The basics are well covered, including maple tree varieties and sap attributes. Even a backyard sapmaker would have little to search for elsewhere. Entertaining and a good value for the price/5(27).
Abstract The preferred color of kiln-dried hard maple is bright white. Because of the importance of being able to consistently produce acceptable color, the objectives of this study were to quantify, order, and determine the respective importance of drying schedule, harvest season, and log age on the color of kiln-dried hard maple boards. Color/Appearance: Heartwood is creamy white or light yellow, not clearly demarcated from the white sapwood. Can have grayish streaks. Buckeye burl can feature reddish brown knots, with light to dark gray swirls of discoloring (see pictures below).. Grain/Texture: Buckeye has a fine, even texture. Grain tends to be straight or slightly interlocked.
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Microscopic Characteristics. Oxidative discolorations of maple sapwood are characterized by darkening of material in the specialized food storage, or parenchyma, cells. These cells make up the wood rays and the vertical or axial parenchyma. In maple. Physical characteristics of seasoning discolorations in sugar maple sapwood.
Madison: Forest Products Laboratory, Forest Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors. Sugar maple, large tree in the soapberry family (Sapindaceae), native to eastern North America and widely grown as an ornamental and shade tree.
It is commercially important as a source of maple syrup, maple sugar, and hardwood lumber useful in furniture manufacture and flooring.
characteristics. Sharad Kumar Baral, Robert Schneider, David Pothier, and Frank Berninger. Abstract: The presence of wound (strain) initiated discoloured wood columns in the core of sugar maple.
Acer saccharum Marsh. Sugar Maple. Aceraceae -- Maple family. Richard M. Godman, Harry W. Yawney, and Carl H. Tubbs. Sugar maple (Acer saccharum), sometimes called hard maple or rock maple, is one of the largest and more important of the grows on approximately million hectares (31 million acres) or 9 percent of the hardwood land and has a net volume of about.
The Sugar Maple species also plays a very important role in the ecosystem of many North American forests. A variety of animal species feed on the bark or seeds of the Sugar Maple including White Tail Deer and Squirrels. The Sugar Maple also plays an important role to many insect species and Earthworms.
To learn more about Acer saccharum's role. I don't get alot of sugar maple but did get a gnarly trunk section about 3 years back. Split nice but the splits reminded me of why it's sometimes called rock maple.
That stuff took a good two years to season, seems that part of the tree was more dense and really held onto the moisture. USD Forest Service, Research Note FPL Physical characteristics of seasoning discolorations in sugar maple sapwood.
USD Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, Research Paper FPL Madison, WI. 3 s. Control of reddish-brown coloration in drying maple sapwood. USD Forest Service, Research Note FPL Ormarsson, S., Dahlblom, O. Get this from a library.
Physical characteristics of seasoning discolorations in sugar maple sapwood. [John M McMillen]. McMillan J. Physical characteristics of seasoning discolorations in sugar maple sapwood. US For. Serv. Res.
Pap. FPL Google Scholar Peck, E. Air drying and sticker staining of 4/4 sugar maple flooring stock in Upper by: maple sap flow is not even completely understood by maple sugar experts. Everyone seems to agree, however, that the flow is triggered by wounding the tree during the late winter and then the sap in the tree's sapwood freezes.
The sapwood is the the books recommend the use of. Color/Appearance: Unlike most other hardwoods, the sapwood of hard maple lumber is most commonly used rather than its heartwood. Sapwood color ranges from nearly white, to an off-white cream color, sometimes with a reddish or golden hue.
All wood start as sapwood but in young trees and young parts,all of the word is in the stem is sapwood. Sapwood is living, outmost portion of a woody stem or branch, while heartwood is dead, inner wood,which often comprises the majority of stem can usually distinguish sapwood from heartwood by its lighter color.
The Sugar Maple is a landscape standout. Medium to dark-green leaves turn yellow, burnt orange or red in fall. Tolerates shade, likes a well-drained, moderately moist, fertile soil. Do not plant in confined areas or where salt is a problem.
Grows to 60' to 75', 40'' spread. (zones ). Posted ome picture some time back of some wood I had been getting at a local golf course that had cut trees down. Been loading up on honey and black locust and red and white oak.
Grabbed two loads of sugar maple yesterday. Looks like it. are lower for sugar maple than the statewide average for all species. Sugar maple accounts for about 11% of all volume of trees in Wisconsin, but only 3% of total mortality.
ugar maple is an important timber species, accounting for 13% of roundwood production. Because of File Size: 1MB. The sugar content of sugar maple sap is higher than the sap of other maples.
Sugar maple also produces syrup with the most pleasing flavor. Once buds develop on the trees in the spring, syrup develops an unpleasant "buddy" flavor. Sugar maple has the longest period of sap flow before buds develop.
Where does the sugar come from. Sugar maple trees, maple wood and maple syrup production are threatened. A new study published in a Canadian forestry journal shows the Asian longhorned beetle — an alien invader chewing its way through North American trees over the past decade — has a marked preference for Sugar Maple trees.
The findings have raised a red flag in New England and southeastern Canada about the potential. Number 1 white / Number 2 white A color selection typically made on hard maple, but can be applied to any species where sapwood clear cuttings are desired, such as ash, birch and soft maple.Sugar Maple Sap Information.
The sap of the sugar maple tree or Acer saccharum is the source for maple syrup and maple sugar. These maple products were made by .Books. Maple Sugar: From Sap to Syrup the History, Lore, and How-to Behind This Sweet Treat ().
By Tim Herd. Nice-sized book that covers all aspects, including history, maple tree identification, alternate sources of tree sugar, science, how to tap your own, recipes, and more. Book: The Sugarmaker's.