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This will delay the harvest slightly to avoid the heat of summer.

Understand the two basic types of raspberries.

Feb 07, All raspberries should be pruned in spring (March to early April). The spring pruning procedures for the different types of raspberries are outlined below. Summer-Bearing Red Raspberries.

Remove all weak, diseased, and damaged canes at ground level.

Jul 02,"Mark, you can tip prune your raspberries anytime, but do not cut back this year's new growth, with green stems, more than is necessary. The latent buds for next year's blossoms are forming now on those new canes. There will probably be some winter injury, so it's best to wait until spring to do further pruning. Most raspberry plants flower late in the spring, and bear their fruits in early to mid summer.

These are known as summer-fruiting raspberries. Their fruit crop is produced on two-year-old canes. Below are some of these summer-fruiting: Tulameen – This is quite a new, tall variety that grows to around 6 feet. Cut back one-crop, summer-bearing raspberry canes as soon as the harvest is over. Cut these just harvested canes down to the ground.

Do not prune back new canes that have emerged during the summer. After the old, fruit-bearing canes have been cut back, train the new canes to a post or to one or two horizontal wires. Jan 31, Take care to plant them at the same depth. These new plants should be pruned back to around inches (around 5- 12cm) above ground level to encourage new canes to form. Pruning each year will allow you to maintain a healthy and productive raspberry plantation.

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