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Post by LarryWalker » Tue Apr 17, 2018 1:27 am


I have 2 plants in the back patio (concrete cutout). Several years ago I posted over 12 ft plants. This year's plants are over 14 ft (12ft poles and the tops have collapsed and are leaning down) The Golden Jubilee has later offshoots (sucker the plants till the middle of August then give up) that go from 4 to 6 feet from plant. There are still green ones and flowers--picked one 2 days ago with my apple picker. I plant Heirloom varieties, Pink Brandy wine and Golden Jubilee. All I use is Llama and Pygmy Goat manure and coffee grounds and water daily when it doesn't rain. Base soil is clay (TN).

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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