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  • Subject: Re: [nafex] 'Black Pearl Thornless' blackberry source?
  • Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2012 13:58:36 -0700 (PDT)

I'm not betting the farm on any of these doing well here, I'm just trying
them out of curiosity, so I'm willing to take these little risks.I wonder if
hardiness has as much
to do with other factors, like rain, as it has to do with absolute cold. I
know there are some plants that need very dry winters, for example. Maybe too
much moisture in autumn prevents them from going properly dormant, or too
much moisture in winter fools them into thinking spring has arrived, so they
break dormancy too soon. What's the natural climate of these blackberries

It's extra annoying that I just missed your plants, Scott. Why did Raintree
have to wait so long to tell me they didn't have it? Now any place else I
might have gotten it from is sold out. Grumble grumble...

Now I'm wondering what I should substitute it with, since I have a credit
with Raintree. I've already killed hardy kiwis twice, so that should be my
limit, but maybe I'll improve the soil and try again. Or I could try a
different blackberry on Scott's recommendation. Just when I thought I was
done shopping...

watching snow fall on strawberry flowers
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.18-.48 tsp. per gallon; so try a quarter teaspoon.

~ Stephen

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It certainly is affordable. I just bought a jug from Tractor supply. 3-8
ounces per 100 gallons. Can someone convert that to one gallon. I think I
will need an eye dropper.

On Apr 25, 2012, at 6:21 PM, Richard MURPHY wrote:

> Guy s; Anybody heard of 80/20 surfactant?I looked into NuFilm and the
sticker shock got to me.Murph

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