[NAFEX] Black Raspberry and freeze info

vrana nokal at seznam.cz
Wed May 2 16:39:44 EDT 2007


tenesse,wisconsin,calif. should grow specie Lonicera coerulea var. villosa.
1903 writes some botanist, that this fruit is edible and that it should be
breeded for fruit. But i dont know where it grows and you hardly will meet
it. Old indians should know it maybe, but nowadays it maybe lost meaning,
for many species from asia and far east came which have fruit realy
delightfull, even russians are writing now, that lonic. have after hipophae
second best meaning for economy. Good trip wishing, Jan Kola, Jasminova
1616, 70800 Ostrava,Czech Rep.  I have colected many edible loniceras íin my
garden,various clones and I am still missing some.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Michael Dossett" <phainopepla at yahoo.com>
To: "North American Fruit Explorers" <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 02, 2007 7:39 PM
Subject: [NAFEX] Black Raspberry and freeze info


> Hi everyone,
>
> We have recieved a grant from the National Plant
> Germplasm System and the Plant Exploration Office to
> do some plant collecting in June and July from South
> Carolina across northern Georgia, Alabama, and into
> Tennessee as well as a second trip stretching from
> Kansas City to Bismark, North Dakota.  The main focus
> of this trip is going to be to collect fruit of wild
> black raspberry (Rubus occidentalis) along the
> southern and western edges of the range to evaluate
> genetic diversity in wild populations as well as
> general horticultural merit.  Collections will all go
> to the National Clonal Germplasm Repository so it can
> be accessed by researchers around the world.  In
> addition to black raspberry we will be collecting wild
> fragaria and vaccinium as we find them.
>
> I'm hoping some of you on the list can provide me with
> information regarding the status of these wild fruits
> in the wake of the freeze Easter weekend.  I'm curious
> how badly plants were affected and whether we'll be
> able to collect fruit this season along this route.
> In addition if anyone has information on specific
> locations or general areas where they know these
> plants are growing wild along these routes I would be
> most appreciative.
>
> Thanks for all your help,
>
> Michael Dossett
> Corvallis, Oregon
>
> Michael Dossett
> Corvallis, Oregon
> www.Mdossettphoto.com
> phainopepla at yahoo.com
>
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