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When do mulberries usually ripen in PA?

I had the vague idea that it was usually somewhere around now, but I'm not seeing the berries on the mulberry trees here that usually produce heavily.
 

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Usually late June-July. Not sure what part of the state you live in troutbert, but a lot of fruit trees go hit hard this year. The early spring got all of the blossoms out early, and a late frost put an end to things.

The mulberry tree behind my house is doing well.
 

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Ours are empty also . Raccoons sure eat 'em up .
 

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Uncle Nicky said:
Usually late June-July. Not sure what part of the state you live in troutbert, but a lot of fruit trees go hit hard this year. The early spring got all of the blossoms out early, and a late frost put an end to things.

The mulberry tree behind my house is doing well.
Centre County. Some people around here with apple trees are saying those got hammered by the warm weather followed by hard frost.

So maybe the same thing happened to the mulberries.
 
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