Garden Detective: Reader Laurel Roberds wonders what causes her blackberries to look splotchy. “White drupelet disorder” is the likely answer.
Garden Detective: Reader Laurel Roberds wonders what causes her blackberries to look splotchy. “White drupelet disorder” is the likely answer. Laurel Roberds
Garden Detective: Reader Laurel Roberds wonders what causes her blackberries to look splotchy. “White drupelet disorder” is the likely answer. Laurel Roberds

Garden Detective: Blackberries’ white spots spark concerns

April 03, 2015 05:00 PM

UPDATED April 04, 2015 12:00 AM

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