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I HAVE A ROW OF OLD GROWTH BLACK BERRY VINES IN THE MIDDLE OF A CLEARING, ON A SMALL PINE TREE FARM WE JUST PURCHASED. THEY HAVEN'T BEEN TAKEN CARE OF IN YEARS. THEY ARE IN A SINGLE ROW PROBABLY 100-FEET LONG. I WOULD LIKE TO TRANSPLANT THEM TO THE EDGE OF THE OPEN GROUND CLOSER TO THE CABIN. THRERE IS DEER, AND WILD HOGS ON THE PROPERTY, I WILL PROBABLY PUT AN ELECTRIC FENCE AROUND THEM. I WOULD THINK THAT YOU WOULD CUT THEM BACK TO MAYBE 8-10 INCHES, AND JUST DIG THEM UP. THE GROUND IS SANDY, I DOUGHT I WOULD GET THEM UP WITH ANY SOIL AROUND THE ROOTS. IN THE PAST WHEN I TRANSPLANTED SOMETHING BARE ROOTED, I JUST PUT THEM IN A BUCKET OF WATER TO KEEP THE ROOTS FROM SEALING UP, TILL I COULD GET THEM IN THE GROUND. I DO NOT CONSIDER MYSELF A GARDERNER. PLEASE GIVE ME SOME IDEAS. :eek:
 
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