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Deer Ate My Thornless Blackberry Plants

Deer ate the leaves and tops of the stems of my new thornless blackberry plants, that I planted this Spring. Should I pull it up or can I root some of it? Will the stems grow roots in water? Thanks.

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By wranglerdg from Bedford, VA

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Anonymous
July 2, 20090 found this helpful

This is what Ellen Brown says about propagating blackberries from cuttings.

http://www.thri  3976370.tip.html

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