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Q.mulberry bush

Zone Tucson, AZ 85706 | Anonymous added on May 7, 2018 | Answered

Location: Tucson, AZ. I planted a mulberry bush about 4 years ago. The tree itself is thriving. But each late winter/spring (for 2 years now), I get berries even before the leaves show up. Then the leaves come out in full force and the berries drop off, all dried up and shriveled. Should I be covering the tree with shadecloth or something in the late winter, when temps get into the 80’s in Feb and March, to slow down the early berry production?

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