The raspberry (Rubus idaeus) is a fruit-bearing shrub that spontaneously grows in countries which have a moderate climate. This shrub has a bushy aspect, with creeping sprouts and straight stems, which are bended towards their tips.
Blackberry – Information, tips for growing and looking after this shrub
The blackberry (Rubus fruticosus) is a fruit bearing shrub which grows spontaneously, regardless of the landscape. Due to its tasty fruits, this was amended and it started being planted everywhere.
Our visit at Disinfestando 2019 Milan
To be held on 6-7 March, 2019, Disinfestando is the only Italian fair dedicated to new technologies, products and Pest Control innovation.
Our visit at PestEx 2019, London
Held in 20-21 March 2019 at the ExCeL Exhibition Centre, London, the BPCA PestEx event with bring together again the most important people of the pest control industry.
Blackcurrant – Information, tips for growing and looking after this shrub
The blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum) is a precocious rustic species, with a high biological potential, capable of producing around 5 to 8 tones per hectare. This species grows spontaneously in Europe’s mountainous areas (The Alps, The Carpathians), in Asia and North America.
Kiwi – Information, tips for growing and looking after this shrub
The kiwi (Actinia deliciosa) is part of the Actinidiaceae family, and it originated from Asia. The kiwi rapidly spread throughout the globe starting with the 19th century, presently it is cultivated in France, Greece, Chile, Spain, Australia, Italy, USA, etc.
Garden strawberry – Information, tips for growing and looking after this shrub
The strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) is one of the first fruit species that offers fresh fruit during the second half of May, kicking off the fresh fruit season along with the cherries. Many people eat the strawberries fresh, as these fruits have a pleasant taste and a specific aroma.
Sea buckthorn – Information, tips for growing and looking after this shrub
The sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) is a rustic species, which frequently grows on hills and mountains. This species has a high ecological plasticity. The sea buckthorn is resilient to frostbite, drought and wind. It grows on saturated, acid or sandy soils.
Gooseberry – Information, tips for growing and looking after this shrub
The gooseberry (Ribes uva-crispa) is a fruit bearing shrub, which is part of the Grossulariaceae family and which spontaneously grows on hilly and mountain areas. The importance of this shrub comes from the content of its fruits.
Chokeberry – Information, tips for growing and looking after this shrub
The chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa) is a flower-bearing shrub which is part of the Rosaceae family. This shrub originated from North America, where is grow next to the forests, in wet areas, or around swamps.
Raspberry – Treatments, most common diseases and pests of this shrub
The raspberry (Rubus idaeus) is a shrub that spontaneously grows in the forest. Due to its dietary qualities, this shrub was introduced into the crop culture. It grows as a bush. The fruits are tasty, it can be consumed fresh or prepared. The sprouts have thorns and can reach 2 meters high.
Blackcurrant – Treatments, most common diseases and pests of this shrub
Blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum), Redcurrant (Ribes rubrum) and Snow currant (Ribes niveum) are a shrub bearing fruit species that grow as a bush. These are a species with a high biological potential, capable of having producing up to 10 tons of fruits per hectare.