October 23, 2015
By Suzanne Maher
The tree decline all over the world is devastating. Our trees are being sprayed almost daily with aluminum and other toxic metals from the weather modification. The aluminum is prohibiting the trees from being able to uptake nutrients and they are essentially starving to death. Combine this with the 22% less sunlight we are now getting.
By Danny Lewis
Maple syrup is more than just a breakfast staple. In Canada, where more than 75 percent of the world’s maple syrup is produced, the Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers effectively acts as a cartel, controlling the supply and keeping prices stable. But the tasty moneymaker might be at risk, according to a new study that says sugar maple trees in the Adirondacks are on the decline.
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THE MYSTERIOUS CASE OF THE ADIRONDACKS SUGAR MAPLE
The trees are on the decline, but why?