[NAFEX] Differentiating Morus Nigra, Alba, Rubra

Michael Nave jmichaelnave at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 25 21:16:05 EDT 2007


There's a good chance they are hybrids between alba
and rubra. But it doesn't really matter. If they
survive and bear good fruit, who cares?


--- Zeugitai <zeugitai at gmail.com> wrote:

> I have a line of small mulberries growing wild here
> in my field in northeast
> Arkansas and if they are bearers of delicious dark
> berries, I'll transplant
> them.  Is it possible to distinguish which mulberry
> they are?  they are
> between one and two feet tall, all less than one
> year old.
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