Rubus Boysenberries

Deep Rooted Orchards growing our Boysenberries with the following plant probiotic properties of live beneficial bacteria and advanced fungi that increase beneficial biological activity of our soil for maximum relationship of biodiversity. We believe that the soil that is connected to our roots runs deep in our soils that provides the best fruit without any synthetic fertilizers or harmful chemicals to our environment. We have selected Boysenberry's to grow in our region due to the long life of the plants and how the public has never tasted fresh Boysenberries in the region. This is what goes into growing the best berries at our orchards.

Boysenberries are hybrid plants derived from blackberry and raspberry; also known as Rubus hybrid (R.ursinus × R.idaeus). Boysenberries are an exceptionally reliable source of antioxidants such as anthocyanins and ellagic acids. They contain 912, 33.5, 76, 25.5 and 38.2 mg of total ellagitannin, anthocyanin, proanthocyanins, flavanols and ellagic acids per 100 g of 2 boysenberries, respectively. New Zealand is the top grower of boysenberries in the world with a total export value of 6 million per year. Deep Rooted Orchards is out to become the Midwest largest grower by the year 2025. Boysenberry consists range of amino acid, Fatty acids, and tocopherol (Table 1.1). Boysenberries have been shown to be as high sources of phytonutrients, antioxidants, and dietary fiber. Four main anthocyanins are present: cyanidin-3-O-sophorose, cyanidin-3-O-glucoside, cyanidin-3-O-2G glucosyl-rutinose and cyanidin-3-O-rutinose; and four ellagitannins: galloyl-sauguniin H-6, sanguiin H-10, sanguiin H-6 and sanguiin H-2 . Anthocyanins are reported to possess high antioxidant activity inhibiting low-density lipoprotein oxidation and have exhibited Vaso protective and anti-inflammatory activities (Wada & Ou, 2002).

Bacillus subtilis, bacillus megaterium bacillus methylotrophicus bacillus vallismortis bacillus lichenformis brevbacillus brevis paenibacillus dendritiformis, bacillus stratosphericus Trichoderma harzianum is an effective biocontrol agent for several plant fungal diseases. Trichoderma spp is known worldwide as an effective biocontrol agent that can target many different pathogenic microorganisms in the soil. This series also enhances plant resistance to disease, provides the best plant growth, and development, which leads to increased yields. Trichoderma spp is used in sustainable disease management systems to control plant diseases.

Rhizophagus irregularis (previously known as Glomus intraradices) is an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus used as a soil inoculant in agriculture and horticulture.

Humic acid fertilizer is recognized as a green organic fertilizer, which has a beneficial effect on improving the soil. It increases the effectiveness of microbial content in the soil.