There is a species out there that is bigger fruitED:
Evan McDivitt wrote:Can anyone give me some information about how they have used hackberry fruit? I have seen it grow as far north as Syracuse, NY and have eaten it and it is not bad (not much per fruit). Has anyone experimented with processing methods or efficiencies?
You know sugarberry and hackberry are two very closely related species of trees in the Elm Family (Ulmaceae) that were used as a food, medicine, fiber, and dye