mariaschu at vtlink.net
Wed Mar 24 13:16:37 EDT 2010
Speaking of haskap, has anyone actually tasted them? Are they
really that much better then honeyberries? I'd love to plant a
bunch, but its a little scary just going on the publicity from the
haskap association and the u. of Saskatchewan. If anyone has tasted
them-- what varieties do people like?
On Mar 23, 2010, at 11:30 AM, Ernest Plutko wrote:
> I obtained a variety of haskap seed last autumn. I put then with
> moistened peat in a sealed one quart jar. Buried the jar in my
> garden over winter. Dug up the jar last week with the aid of warm
> water to thaw dirt. A few of the haskap seeds are germinating.
> Turns out that haskap seed does not need cold treatment to germinate.
> Just plant them when you get them. I didn't do enough research.
> I'll baby the sprouting seeds. I usually have a black thumb when
> starting seeds.
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