Our first Haskap berry seedlings were planted at Aumack Berry Ranch in 2008 and we currently have 1000 Haskaps, of which 700 will be in production for 2014.  It is also known as “Blue Honeysuckle, Honeyberry, Edible Honeysuckle and Sweetberry honeysuckles.” Most people mistakenly group haskap as a new type of blueberry but haskap’s closest fruit relation is the tomatoe.

Haskap fruit production is a new and developing industry in Canada. The original varieties of these fruits released to the Canadian fruit industry produced quite a small bitter fruit. The new varieties that are being developed from the U of S are being branded as ‘Haskap’ because our Japanese cooperators considered them to be of high enough quality to be used in the Japanese market.

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Last Updated August 31, 2022

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