My thornless blackberries (2) died this spring from what looks like a fungus or gall on the root. The canes just did not leaf and seemed to dry up. I removed them and the root and burned them. Now two months later I have small shoots coming up (4 - I must have missed some root). Should I dig these up and transplant in a different spot, and how do I keep them from getting this fungus like the originals did? Originals were three years old and produced berries the last two. Any suggestions?
Blackberry Gall on Root
Anonymous added on July 18, 2011 | Answered
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Answered on July 20, 2011
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