[NAFEX] Northline Serviceberry (Chex)

vrana nokal at seznam.cz
Mon May 21 04:31:00 EDT 2007

If you have there ervinia, its very bad thing. I am sure here are
specialists who can help, or I am sending to you address where you can find
remedy.There is all about saskatoonberry.best sort for eating from tree is
Martin,its son from Thiessen,or northline,smoky a other.I like also
amelanchier humilis, it is dwarf specie and fruiting abundantly.
www.prairie-elements.ca/saskatoons,  www.saskatoonfarm.com/faq.html
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "William C. Garthright" <billg at inebraska.com>
To: "North American Fruit Explorers" <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Monday, May 21, 2007 3:44 AM
Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Northline Serviceberry (Chex)

> > I don't know if you have the same problem I have with Serviceberry but
the fruit is attacked every spring by Quince Rust here in SoCar.  This is
the first year in seven that they haven't been attacked and totally ruined
by the rust.
> Well, I must admit this thread is a little disappointing, since I'd been
> thinking that Serviceberries (Juneberry, Saskatoon, Shadblow, etc.)
> might be interesting to try. Somewhere, I read that they taste rather
> like a blueberry (which I love), but that they don't require acid soil.
> I was wondering how they'd do in Nebraska, and which varieties might be
> recommended for fresh eating (shrubs, by preference, though I might be
> able to handle a small tree).
> Well, all fruit has problems, I suppose. I don't want to hijack this
> thread, but I'd be interested in other comments about Serviceberries in
> general.
> Bill
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