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THE FIRST EARLY BUDS/LEAF HAVE BEEN BURNED BY FROST. SOME LOWER BUDS HAVE NOT BEEN DAMAGED.
WILL THE TREE RE BUD AND IS THERE ANYTHING I CAN DO TO ENCOURAGE SAME.
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3rd September 2017 3:46pm
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BJ11 says...
Hello,
Never fear, mulberries are weeds - it will recover well after frost. To minimise impact water with some sea-sol, encourage good fungi in your soil (add home-made compost a few times per year), and if you're really worried give it a little shelter and water the night before a big frost is due.
Mulberries come from regions that get colder than anywhere in Oz. They are tough and recover if they are singed!
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ELIZABETH says...
Hi, BJ11, thank you for your answer and words of encouragement. I will do as you suggest and again thank you.
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ELIZABETH says...
BJ11, I knew blackberries were weeds (and bad) but to hear mulberry trees are too,I would not have guessed. So how long does the mulberry tree take to send out new buds. Thank you.
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