Q. Tell me about raspberry and blackberry culture?

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Growing small fruits: Understanding Raspberries, and Blackberry culture - 
The crowns and roots of raspberry plants are perennial, but individual canes live two years. Each spring, the plants produce canes (suckers) from buds on the crown and on underground lateral stems. These canes grow vegetatively during the first season, overwinter, and produce fruit during the summer of the second year, while new canes emerge to provide a crop for the following year. Second-year canes die shortly after fruiting.

Everbearing raspberries bear a crop on the tips of first-year canes in the fall, followed by a typical summer crop on the lower portion of the canes the second year. https://extension.umaine.edu/publications/2066e/

  • Last Updated Aug 01, 2018
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