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Wrong Rain, not Dought, that ruined Hancock Road Blackberries

Murrell Burton says the wild Blackberry Crop is looking doubtful this year on his part of Hancock Road in Vester. "They look scrunchy, little bitty this year," The cause, he said was a May 13 rain. "There was an old woman who told me once that if there was to be a shower on May 13, look out for a bad blackberry crop." He doesn't know where the idea came from, but it happened this year. He's thinking brought on, store bought, or dry May 13 blackberries from other parts this year. -EW

This story was posted on 2012-06-27 18:06:05
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