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“Royal Frost” (Betula sp.) birch gets the best traits from each of its parents. The beautiful white exfoliating bark from “Whitespire” birch and the deep purple leaves from “Crimson Frost” birch make this tree a wonderful accent piece that provides year-round interest....

Prunus klondike, a new amur cherry for North America

The “Pacific Agriculture Show” takes place in "Abbotsford, British Columbia Canada" every year. Over the course of three days, businesses and associations engage visitors at their booths, promoting their products and services.

The “British Columbia Haskap Association” p...

In this blog we share with you some historical facts on origin of one of the oldest but still a most preferred pear rootstock by growers in the Western Canada. 

In search of a fireblight resistant pear tree around the world Professor F. C. Reimer of Oregon State Un...

We often get inquiries from the growers on which is the best time of the year to plant haskap in the field. There are two preferred options: actively growing plants in spring (early May to end of June), and dormant plants in fall (early September until six weeks before...

The climate of the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, Canada, is highly suitable for growing tree fruit and wine grapes, both of which are booming industries in the region. Most tree fruit, like wine grapes, are not one whole plant but composed of two parts: the uppe...

Fourth Annual Biology Graduate Symposium,

University of British Columbia, Kelowna, BC, Canada 

September 13, 2018

Hosted by the University of British Columbia Okanagan's (UBCO) Department of Biology, the Biology Graduate Symposium offered an opportunity for students purs...

During our busy growing season, we conducted an online survey to learn what people know about haskap, a relatively new “super fruit,” so that we can use the information to help grow the industry. The majority of those surveyed reside in British Columbia (BC), Canada, a...

In the previous blog, the University of Saskatchewan’s haskap varieties and their parental lineages were introduced and discussed. Prior to selecting the appropriate haskap varieties for your location, it’s important to know the basics of haskap pollination so you can...

Staying ahead in the ever-developing agricultural industry can be a challenge.  Growing practices and techniques are being constantly developed and improved, while new varieties bred and tested.  However, it’s not every day that a novel plant with big potential is intr...

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