Hi everyone, I need some help. I have blackberries growing all over my
compost pile. What is the best way to kill them? I know there is stuff
you can buy at walmart, but I was wondering if there is anything better
to use? I once hear if you spray them with a mixture of gin/water that
this would kill them, dont know if that is true or not. Any help is
This is a two step process. First, you uproot the balckberries
from the compost pile. Then (if you live with 50 miles of Ballimer
(Baltimore - The city that slurs), you contact me to pick them up or
you offer them to your friends and neighbors.
You could sell them on eBay.
Or you could dig up the shoots and plant them about 5 ft apart in a row.
Then you put up a fence for them to grow onto, and fasten them. Leave
yourself 20 to 30 ft on either side of the row so you can mow regularly.
You could also make two shorter rows if you had the room. Then lay a soaker
hose down at the base of the plants. I did that and with 17 plants I
canned, ate, sold, and gave away 12 gallons between the middle of June and
the last week in July. Then I quit picking and let the birds and bugs have
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