[NAFEX] Honeyberry sweetness (sourness)
jimfruth at charter.net
Sat Jun 13 11:37:13 EDT 2009
I have read posts where folks say that if our honeyberries are sour that
we are picking them too soon and they sweeten with time. I tried that. If
I don't pick them when they are sour, they fall off and they are still sour.
To answer the sand vs. clay argument, my honeyberries are growing in
sandy loam, 5% organic matter - 95% sand.
Plant pathologists claim that sour fruit indicates a copper deficiency.
My soil is not copper deficient but is it possible that honeyberries need
more than most plants?
Are your honeyberries sour or sweet and do you know why?
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