consumers are unfamiliar with juneberries, so sampling and point-of-purchase materials about handling and use would need to be included upon sale of juneberries or juneberry
when Juneberries. 18 has large, broad-spreading, pink petals; an orchard of this Peach in bloom is well worth a long journey to see.
MontGuide For More Online MontGuides, Visit www.msuextension.org MT198806AG Reviewed 1/10 This publication briefly explains the basics of growing Juneberry, also known as serviceberry and shadbush.
Production in Canada •More than 400 commercial growers in Canada. • About 4000 acres planted to commercial Juneberries. •95% of Canadian production is in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. •$24 million was the estimated value of the 2004 Canadian crop.
/June berries Serviceberries The Serviceberry ( Amelanchier ), also known as juneberry, saskatoon, mespilus, sarvis, shad-blossom and shadbush, is a genus of about 25 species of small deciduous trees and large shrubs in the family Rosaceae.
Juneberries are native shrubs, with relatively few pest and disease concerns, and they produce a nutrient-dense fruit with high levels of iron, calcium and antioxidant compounds.
Planting, Cultivating, and Marketing Juneberries in the Great Lakes Region T his new seminar is an introduction to small-scale Juneberry production.
Juneberry Crisp Compliments of Good Earth Gardens Ingredients: 4 cups Juneberries 1/3 cup sugar 2 tbsp. lemon juice 1/2 cup brown sugar 4 tbsp butter 1/3 cup flour 3/4 cup oatmeal Directions: Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
For more information about Juneberries and this educational project, please go to www.juneberries.org SEPTEMBER BERRY BAROMETER HELPING TO KEEP YOU UP TO THE MARK!
Chokecherries Although chokecherries are not native to Alaska, they are widely used as ornamentals throughout the state. The botanical name is Prunus virgini-ana and the plant produces clusters of berries on bushy shrubs or trees.