[NAFEX] University researchers working to perfect haskapberries for Canada (Vancouver Sun)

mIEKAL aND qazingulaza at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 09:21:15 EDT 2011

I got 25 Crimson Passion from Honeyberry USA, this year, & tho they
were tiny tissue culture plants 8" high, most of them are a very
vigorous 3' now after 2 1/2 months in the ground.  I'm assuming the
Haskaps are tissue culture as well.

I also have been really annoyed by the Haskap name until I discovered
that the word is an ancient Ainu word for the fruit, which convinced
me it was a good choice of name.  Plus without "honeysuckle" in the
name people's invasive plant alarms won't go off so quickly.


On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 8:04 AM, Maria Schumann <mariaschu at vtlink.net> wrote:
> I got a shipment of haskaps from haskap central last year with 20%
> dead plants.  The replacements they sent were poorly packed and in bad
> shape-- but mostly survived anyway.  They are tough plants.  This year
> I bought my haskaps from honeyberry USA (they also sell Uof S
> cherries)-- around the same price and the plants were better quality.

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