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Old 15-04-2003, 07:56 PM
Diane Epps
 
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I have planted Glen Magna raspberries in an area that has had raspberries
before. three-quarter of which have failed. the ground was prepared with
added compost and a layer of bark mulch. Any ideas what is wrong and should
I just replant and try again.



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Old 15-04-2003, 10:56 PM
Ron Palmer
 
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"Diane Epps" wrote in message
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I have planted Glen Magna raspberries in an area that has had raspberries
before. three-quarter of which have failed. the ground was prepared with
added compost and a layer of bark mulch. Any ideas what is wrong and

should
I just replant and try again.


"the site where you are going to plant raspberries should not have
previously
grown raspberries for 7 or more years" , quoted from "The Fuit Expert" book

ron





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