HASKAP is the Japanese name for Lonicera caerulea. It has also been known as 'Blue Honeysuckle', 'Honeyberry', 'Edible Honeysuckle' and 'Sweet Berry Honeysuckle'. When translated into English, it is sometimes spelled as Hascap, Haskaap and Hasukappu.
The Haskap Canada AssociationHASKAP is the Japanese name for Lonicera caerulea. It has also been known as ‘Blue Honeysuckle’, ‘Honeyberry’, ‘Edible Honeysuckle’ and ‘Sweet Berry Honeysuckle’. When translated into English, it is sometimes spelled as Hascap, Haskaap and Hasukappu.
Haskap Canada Association (HCA) is a not for profit national organization that was developed out of the necessity to have one common entity that producers, plant breeders and consumers could contact for information and assistance.
- To promote the production and marketing of Haskap in Canada and abroad.
- To assist our members in finding processing and marketing opportunities for Canadian grown haskap.
- To acquire funding for haskap research and development.
- To facilitate information and technology transfer from research programs to industry.
So, if you are a backyard gardener or looking to grow an orchard you’ve come to the right website. Look under the ‘Find’ link for where to purchase bushes for your garden or orchard, products, and more! Check out our blog (the link on the right hand side of the site) for more information on up-to-date research, events, and tutorials.
HASKAP DAYS 2016
Please join the University of Saskatchewan Fruit Program’s 3 days of all things Haskap!
JULY 7, 2016. HASKAP INTRO COURSE AT U. OF SK
JULY 8, 2016. HASKAP DAY AT U. OF SK
JULY 9, 2016. HASKAP CANADA TOUR OF HASKAP FARMS
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