jimfruth at charter.net
Mon Jun 1 09:36:56 EDT 2009
My Fort Kent King Blackberries have what looks like a fungus and I don't
know how to treat it or even if it is treatable. The symptoms are leaves
that are slightly more crinkled than normal, all with a yellow fringe.
Where all normal canes produce flower buds, these infected canes produce
only foliage. What is it and how to doctor it?
I saw it last year for the first time and sprayed it with the fungicide
I use to spray tomatoes (Daconil) but the blackberries just laughed at me.
This year, all of the original plants are infected but, surprisingly, none
of the suckers have it.
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