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Q.My Plants Are Not Producing Berries

mapellouchoud added on June 17, 2024 | Answered

My plants are multiplying all over my garden like popping up everywhere then growing to great heights but without berries! Why? This is the second year but prior to that they were giving off loads of berries. Each year I cut them right down to the base.

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Answered on June 18, 2024

This really depends on the type of berries in question, but for the most part two factors will be the cause. This will be nutrient imbalance, and pH imbalance.

There could be a lack of phosphorus and potassium in the soil, or there could be too much nitrogen in the soil. Both will cause what you are experiencing.





Your extension service can help with this, if you need:


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