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Why Tap Walnut Trees? Walnut Sap Flow and Syrup Production - Shared screen with speaker view
Anne Butler
26:59
Got it fixed! Thanks. Zoom update switched the speaker feed.
Marne Titchenell
27:07
great!!
Shiloh Fouch
31:39
Yes1
Fred Robinson
32:40
Is that his good side?
Anne Butler
36:57
Add Master Gardener to list?
Carl Gleditsch
38:53
Hard to tell
Jim Lane
01:09:57
Hi Marne! Sorry I was late. But this is fascinating.
Marne Titchenell
01:10:19
Hi Jim! Yes, I agree - very interesting!
Jim Lane
01:13:31
topographically challenged! 🤣 You've hurt my feelings! 🤣
Marne Titchenell
01:20:05
If you want to see the range Mike is talking about - https://www.srs.fs.usda.gov/pubs/misc/ag_654/volume_2/juglans/nigra.htm
Marne Titchenell
01:43:08
Yes, please.
Jim Lane
01:43:36
I second that Marne!
Chip Sommer
01:50:02
been selling 100 ml $10.00 200 ml $20.00
Katherine Slat
01:54:31
very nice presentation, gives you options for the small trees
Fred Robinson
02:01:30
I can't believe white sap from Norway maple makes a good syrup.
John Stupica
02:07:49
Heart nut is a Japanese Black Walnut
Anne Butler
02:10:54
Turkish delight uses a lot of pectin and walnuts. Maybe you could do something like this!Great presentation! Thanks!
Jim Lane
02:14:06
Just jelly. No fish!
Jim Lane
02:14:54
The Lion the Witch and the wardrobe!
Chip Sommer
02:14:57
tapping again this year 100 + trees. would be happy to try your taps.
Nikki Coben
02:15:01
Love the panel banter🤣❤️🤙🏼Morning chuckles makes for a great day!
Katherine Slat
02:15:09
very rich confection
Jim Lane
02:16:31
I can see why that would be more valuable... as a woodworker.