[NAFEX] Wild Brambles
bmayfield at opusnet.com
Sun May 24 17:46:15 EDT 2009
If you have Himalayan blackberries, the canes will get much taller
and reproduce as the tips of trailing canes hit the ground. An escape
from garden plants imported in 1885, it is considered a noxious weed
in the Pacific Northwest. What part of the country are you in?
A good description and history from a professor at Oregon State
University can be found at:
News from California is at:
A noxious weed alert from King County, Washington, is at:
I fight it continually on my property.
At 12:16 PM 5/24/2009, you wrote:
>Can anyone suggest a good reference for Wild Brambles? I'd like to
>identify what I've got (red, black, etc.) before fruiting. I cleared
>out a bunch of speckled alder last year, mowed the newly cleared ground
>with a rotary style mower (DR) and this year the Brambles are having a
>field day. First year canes 6' tall! The cleared area is along a field
>that was being encroached and there were brambles in the border area. I
>seem to inadvertently done just what they wanted!
>I saw 3 wild turkey hens near the brambles yesterday. And to think I
>spent time (and money) planting six Heritage this spring.
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