What are you growing/harvesting in pincherries?
Here is another prairie hardy fruit that can have exceptional flavour! We started seedlings a number of years ago from seed from my folks farm near Codette, Saskatchewan. These berries were the best flavour I have ever found. But as we know, seedlings do not follow their parents well in these open pollinated plants. So we have a wide range of fruit types and flavours. Several are close so we try to pick them when we can. Again the birds are the big problem.
I also have a couple of plants which I got from the U of S Horticulture Dept. when they did a clean out from some projects. These have not produced yet and I don't know if the grafted tops have survived as they were named varieties. Or were they rooted cuttings. We will find out when the fruit arrives some year soon????????
Here is a link that might be useful: U of Sask information