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How to grow blackberries / RHS Gardening

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Loganberry LY 654 is a thornless loganberry which develops an outstanding flavour and is ideal for garden growing...Loganberries can have problems with raspberry spur blight...
Blackberry and hybrid berry: pruning and training / RHS Gardening

/fruit/blackberries-and-hybrid-berries/pruning-training

Blackberries and most hybrid berries, such as tayberry, wineberry, boysenberry and loganberry, all crop on long stems or canes...Suitable for Blackberries, tayberries, wineberries, boysenberries, loganberries and other hybrid berries
Raspberry beetle / RHS Gardening

/biodiversity/raspberry-beetle

Raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus) on Loganberry (Rubus hybrid...loganberry
Spotting a new fruit fly / RHS Gardening

/advice/grow-your-own/features/spotted-wing-drosophila

Our experience here at the RHS suggests that cherries are the most vulnerable crop, but blackberries, blueberries, grapes, raspberries, strawberries and hybrid berries such as loganberries are reported to be highly vulnerable
Raspberry spur blight / RHS Gardening

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It mainly affects raspberries and occasionally loganberries
Raspberry and blackberry aphids / RHS Gardening

/biodiversity/raspberry-and-blackberry-aphids

This small (2mm long) light green or yellowish aphid feeds on raspberries and loganberries

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