Saskatoon berry is a deciduous native shrub, grown for its berries.
It is also known as Service berry, June berry and Shadbush.
Saskatoon are native to North America, growing wild from Alaska to Maine.
The Saskatoon is grown in Canadian Prairies, Northern Canada, British Columbia, the Northwestern, North Central United States and Alaska.
Fruit is the most economically important part of Saskatoon Berry
Full sun to full shade cultivars grown for fruit will produce best in full sun.
Prefers loam soils, tolerates sand and clay.
Does best in lightly moist to moist soils.
Needs well-drained soils, avoid wet, poorly drained soils.
Soil pH varies from 5.5 to 7.0 and can tolerates higher pH.
|Flower bud initiation||Calfuze||300 g per acre|
|Fruit setting||Profuze||500 ml per acre|
|Marble size fruit||Calfuze||300 g per acre|
|Fully developed fruit||Calfuze||300 g per acre|
|Fruit colour change||Profuze||500 ml per acre|