Growing blackberries in your home garden Public Deposited

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Published March 2008. Reviewed August 2016. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog:  http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog

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  • Oregon is known around the world for its blackberries. We have an ideal climate, with warm, clear, summer days and cool nights, so our berries reach peak flavor and quality. We also grow excellent black and red raspberries. Blackberries are distinguished from raspberries by whether the fruit retains its receptacle (white core) when picked. In blackberries, the receptacle stays with the fruit; in raspberries, it stays with the plant. This publication briefly describes the growing requirements and production systems for blackberries. Differences among types are indicated as appropriate.
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