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Curled leaves

Blackberry    Central penna.

I have coopers thornless blackberry plants, the canes coming up for next years Berrys some are ok but others are coming up with very tightly curled leaves. Can you tell me what is wrong

Asked by: Mildred kemble (1 point)   Posted:June 9, 2015

1 answer    1320 views

Unidentified plant disease affecting blackberry tree in Tanzania

Blackberry    Tanzania

The blackberry trees have started sagging to the ground, excessively bending the trunk and tree. There appears to be an aggressive vine/species (non-blackberry tree) growing off of blackberry tree branches that is causing this problem (see attached photos). Any information on what this problem...

Asked by: Jason Bacha (1 point)   Posted:November 10, 2018

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Berry cluster that never fully developed.
Fruit didn't develop

Blackberry    None Given

My blackberries never fully developed, they blossomed, and then didn't produce a fully developed berry. The plant looks healthy, and some berries have started forming on a nearby plant. Does anyone have any ideas as to why my blackberry plant failed to produce fruit after blooming?

Asked by: Larry winter (3 points)   Posted:July 3, 2016

1 answer    869 views

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Gold fungus on leaves

Blackberry    None Given

I just moved to this home in March and there are wild blackberries on the property. They have bloomed and have blackberries on them (not ready to pick yet of course) I am in VA. I just noticed there is a fuzzy looking fungus on some of the leaves and stems. What is it and how do I get rid of it?

Asked by: Suzanne Thiele-Thornton (1 point)   Posted:May 12, 2017

1 answer    443 views

whats wrong with my blackberries?

Blackberry   

Would anybody be able to tell me what is causing this to happen to my blackberries? Many of the berries have this pink colour but some are perfect. The berries taste quite tart but the plants are just fine as far as I can see. How can I stop this happening? Thanks

Asked by: Steve (1 point)   Posted:July 22, 2013

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Leaves yellowing & drying on the edges

Blackberry    None Given

The leaves are yellowing and look dry on the edges. They are mature , in containers, outdoor partial shade, and get watered regularly. What could this be?

Asked by: reem (9 points)   Posted:February 26, 2016

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Help identifying blackberry insect

Blackberry    None Given

I've been seeing some of these insects in my blackberry soil, I don't know if they are beneficial or not. How to get rid of them if I had to

Asked by: reem (9 points)   Posted:April 30, 2014

1 answer    1740 views

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blackberry pest

Blackberry    None Given

last fall we were getting larvae in our ripened blackberries. What are they & is there a treatment?

Asked by: Philip Gilpin (1 point)   Posted:March 15, 2016

1 answer    621 views

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White seeds

Blackberry    Texas

My berries have a lot of white seeds. What causes this and how do I remedy it?

Asked by: Al Gregurek (1 point)   Posted:June 3, 2015

1 answer    1369 views

Larvae in blackberries
Larvae in blackberries

Blackberry    Sintra, Portugal

Hello! I´m a blackberry producer and I´ve been notice some larvae in the fruit. I show you a picture. Do you recognize them? Can you help me? Thank you.

Asked by: Joana Oliveira (1 point)   Posted:October 4, 2016

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Growing blackberry in FL

Blackberry    FL

Hey! I love blackberrys and I would really like to grow them in the yard. I hear they prefer cold temperatures, what are the chances I could grow them here in Florida? I'm just outside Gainesville.

Asked by: Jill (2 points)   Posted:February 8, 2013

1 answer    1638 views

Diseased part.
Blackberries dying before ripening

Blackberry    None Given

My 3 year old blackberry plant is huge, has tons of flowers but the fruits are starting to die before it ripens (Also it seems the plant is flowering little too early). I had perfect blackberries last year. Does anyone know what is going on? I am in zone 8, in Dallas, TX.

Asked by: RosangelaC. (1 point)   Posted:March 16, 2017

1 answer    521 views

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Don't know this insect.

Blackberry    None Given

I've been seing this insect in the soil of my black berry. I don't know it's name or if it's bad or good to the plant!! Help

Asked by: reem (9 points)   Posted:April 28, 2014

0 answers    642 views

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Blackberry branches falling off

Blackberry    None Given

Each spring my thornless blackberry shrub gets some kind of branch fall off. Some branches fall off at the very bottom of the plant. I have tried to closely look at the ends of the branches but see no signs of insect damage or rotting. I have tried to spray insecticide at the bottom of the shrub...

Asked by: Bw (1 point)   Posted:August 3, 2016

0 answers    438 views

blackberries
Blackberry problems

Blackberry    None Given

We have thornless blackberry vines that yield a lot of large berries. The problem is a good share of them have some dried brown seeds and also clear/whitish ones that look like insects have sucked the juice out of them. This make that portion of the berry hard inside in that area. What is...

Asked by: Kathy (1 point)   Posted:July 27, 2016

1 answer    752 views

Plant damage unknown cause
Unknown damage

Blackberry    None Given

Not sure what is going on here as I am new to gardening and especially growing blackberries. Leaves started with grayish/white markes that you see in pic number 2 then turned like pic 1. I believe some of the discolorations is due to the season but whats causing the rest?

Asked by: Kenneth Ulmer (1 point)   Posted:November 25, 2016

1 answer    578 views

Leaf of wild blackberry plant w/ small orange or reddish/brown spots
Leaf spots & bug w/ web on blackberry leaves

Blackberry    Lawton, Oklahoma

There are spots on my wild (transplanted 2-3 wks. ago from bank of a creek in Oklahoma) blackberry bush (see pic), and a silky dense web in the center valley of two leaves near the stem. When I touched one of the webs to pull it off, a spider-looking bug w/ segmented legs, light brown/black...

Asked by: Belinda Macks (1 point)   Posted:August 8, 2016

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