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The Good Green Earth: Making Maple Syrup And Garden Planning

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Host Peter Tonge visits the Weston Maple Sugar Project in Weston, Massachusetts. Shows the process of making maple syrup from tapping a maple sugar tree to boiling sap in a sugar shack. The second part of the program focuses on the basics of planning a garden in late winter. Also explains how to mix and apply liquid fertilizers. Originally aired as an episode of "The Good Green Earth."

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