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#1 Posted : Wednesday, October 21, 2009 8:44:27 PM
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Pruning my Raspberries

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?CQAID 21 October 2009 Pruning my Raspberries
Two types of raspberries are in the garden. June and Fall bearing, and Everbearing. I never knew the name of the cultivars.

The June and Fall bearing produce fruit in June 2010 on pruned canes that produced fruit in 2009. The cut point is below the bearing clusters. If completely cut to the ground only a Fall crop will be produced on new growth of 2010. Two bearing times for these by the pruning method used, June and Fall.

Everbearing: No fruit were produced on this patch in 2009 and they were cut to the ground in 2008, so this year the 2009 canes were cleaned up and will be left to see if they produce in 2010.
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