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Taking Cuttings from Thornless Blackberries

How do I get slips from thornless blackberries?

By Donnie from Boaz, KY

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October 10, 20110 found this helpful

In the spring when the blackberry leaves come out, draw the tip of the cane onto the ground and secure it with a chunk of wire that you have cut to resemble a large hairpin. A piece 7 or eight inches long that has been bent double will do quite nicely. Do this for as many slips as you want in the fall. In the fall cut the new canes free of the old ones and dig them up and replant.be sure to cover with mulch if it gets really cold where you are.

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