Amelanchier alnifolia

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Amelanchier alnifolia

a plant in the family Rosaceae; its foliage is sufficiently cyanogenetic to cause poisoning of animals. Called also Saskatoon serviceberry, juneberry.
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Three common diseases of saskatoons are black leaf/witches' broom, fireblight and Saskatoon Juniper Rust.
Saskatoons contain a punch when it comes to nutrition.
Saskatoon leaves are arranged alternatively on the stem and are simple.
Because it flowers in the middle of the saskatoon bloom period, flowers are not usually damaged by spring frosts.
The famous pemmican prepared by all the tribes in Western Canada was dried buffalo meat made toothsome with saskatoons.
Saskatoons derive their appellation from the Cree Indian name "missaskquatoomin.
Appealing in color and delicious in taste, saskatoons are very versatile and appetizing.
Our government is proud to have contributed $7 million to this important upgrade and expansion to the citys water treatment system, Saskatoon Eastview MLA Corey Tochor said on behalf of Government Relations Minister Jim Reiter.
The investment ensures City of Saskatoon infrastructure can easily handle high demand periods for water usage, particularly in the summer months, Saskatoon Mayor Donald Atchison said.
This brings the overall useable water storage capacity for the City of Saskatoon to 113.