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Traditionally blackberry root balls are dug out by hand which will often snap the tips of the roots off. In addition to being incredibly labor intensive, it can leave blackberry roots behind to then regrow.
We address this challenge by using an excavator to scrape the top several inches of soil, taking the roots and surrounding dirt with it. Debris can either be hauled to the local topsoil recycler and composted or left onsite in piles for burning
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