Ohio maple syrup producers say lingering winter weather limited their season, making for a sluggish year.
The maple sap run usually is spurred by temperatures climbing above freezing during the day and dropping at night, The Columbus Dispatch (http://bit.ly/1G5HRrp ) reported. Typically, trees can be tapped in February as days get warmer, but this year bitter cold stuck around. The sap's flavor turns wh...
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