Controlling blackberry is a long-term project and generally cannot be achieved by one-off strategies, particularly for larger infestations.
Controlling blackberry is a long-term and generally cannot be achieved by one-off strategies, particularly for larger infestations. The three main management options available for blackberry include physical control, biological control and herbicides.
A control program should be well planned to consider all the available management options and to ensure they are appropriately integrated for maximum control.
For further detailed information on each of the control practices, please refer to the BLACKBERRY CONTROL MANUAL – management and control options for blackberry ‘Rubus spp.’ in Australia; read the publication – BEST PRACTICE BLACKBERRY CONTROL: Options for Blackberry Control – Chemical/Physical; explore the informative FEATURE PANEL LINKS below and visit our RESOURCE COLLECTION.
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