Blackberry farms thrive in Georgia, with harvest peaking in mid-June. Despite the ease with which they produce fruit, blackberry patch lifespan is only seven years.

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Hip to be pruned.

Most Georgia blackberries are semi-erect plants, which means they must be pruned when they reach hip height or they’ll flop over. Trailing varieties (which require elaborate trellising systems to keep them off the ground) require even more pruning and attention.

Blackberries farmed in Georgia

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