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Maintaining adequate moisture levels is of utmost importance for blackberries. This doesn’t just apply during the spring and summer growth and fruiting period, but also in the fall as they work to store energy for the next year.
Brambles thrive on approximately one inch of rainwater or hand watering on a weekly basis for optimal production. It’s crucial to ensure that your blackberry and raspberry plants receive sufficient water right up until the occurrence of the first frost. This practice will help guarantee that the plants have reserved enough water to carry them through the winter season.