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What Is The Problem Here?

Posted by Fred_1933 7b (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 11, 13 at 9:32

Here are some pictures of my Triple Crown Blackberries that I picked this morning. Something is not going well in riping. Some sort riping deficiencies is taking place. It's been real hot here this past week. Near 100 degrees.
Anyone might know the cause here?

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RE: What Is The Problem Here?

You may have to use shade cloth when it is that hot, and sunny!

RE: What Is The Problem Here?

Agreed... heat. When the berries are red or black and it gets over 90 I break out the shade cloth. Green berries are unaffected.

RE: What Is The Problem Here?

google up 'white drupelet disorder'.

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