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Do I trim off this years growth on the raspberries.

She has filled the rest of the garden with a polytunnel, a vegetable patch, a herb garden, a wildlife pond, woodland areas and more.

Prune all canes back to ground level in March or early April. While the plants won't produce a summer crop, the late summer/early fall crop should mature one to two weeks earlier. Also, total crop yield is typically larger utilizing the one-crop system versus the two-crop system. Maintain the plants in a 1- to 2-foot-wide bushtrim.buzzg: Northridge CA.

Apr 04, Some raspberry bushes bear fruit at summer’s end. These are called fall-bearing or ever-bearing raspberries, and, to keep that fruit coming, you must prune the canes. Trimming fall-bearing red raspberries isn’t difficult, once you Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Jan 31, Pruning Late Summer/ Fall Raspberries Raspberries that fruit in late summer/early fall on this season’s growth (primocanes) are best pruned in around February (late winter).

The pruning for the reds is simple, but the other 2 are a mystery.

Pruning at this time will help to ensure that the plants have had time, over the dormant winter months, to store plenty of carbohydrates in their root bushtrim.buzzted Reading Time: 9 mins. Jan 23, By the time the berry bush comes to harvest again it will be nearing the year-mark and in so doing you minimize the risk of reducing the yield as a result of inadvertently removing older, berry-yielding canes.

For late-season producing berry bushes the standard late Fall or early Winter pruning advice is a safe bushtrim.buzzg: Northridge CA. Prune off the top of the cane of a two-crop raspberry that has borne fruit; cut the cane back to the lowest point on the cane that bore fruit (usually about 45 inches from the ground). Leave the bottom of the cane to fruit the following spring or early bushtrim.buzzg: Northridge CA.