A new method of extracting maple sap can revolutionize the whole business. Scientist have found out a way to efficiently take maple sap from the trunks of saplings and increase syrup production. The idea behind it is that instead of using big trees in a forest, the new method would use young trees grown in tight rows, like Christmas trees. The Use of young trees also gives syrup makers more opportunity for genetic experiments and they don’t have to wait for the tree to grow also. The saplings will be cut and a vacuum is put into it to take the sap out. The syrup produced from these saplings will be identical in taste and color. The yield also increases in this way.