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Cut off the branches of the raspberry bush using a pair of gardening shears. Clip off all the branches until only the stump of the bush is left. Jul 27, Black or Purple Raspberry Bush Pruning. Remove fruiting canes after harvest. Tip prune new shoots in early spring 3 to 4 inches ( cm.) to encourage branching. Top these canes again 3 to 4 inches ( cm.) in summer. Then after harvest, remove all dead canes and those smaller than ½ inches (1 cm.) in diameter. Put on protective clothing, and spray raspberry plants with a 2 percent ready-to-use glyphosate product on a dry, still day before the first frost, covering all the leaves and stems.

Glyphosate takes two to three weeks to control raspberry plants. It's harmful to most plants, so take care not to spray plants. How to Trim Raspberry Bushes. Trimming, or ‘pruning’ plants means to cut them back, removing certain parts of the bush or tree. Sometimes it is also necessary to remove young buds, leaves, and shoots.

The best time to prune raspberries is right at the beginning of spring, as new branches are starting to develop. Cut the raspberry canes back with a pair of bypass pruners, leaving 6-inch stubs protruding from the ground.

2 Pour a glyphosate herbicide product into a disposable bowl. When and How to Prune Raspberry Bushes.

Prune raspberry bushes in late winter or early spring. With both types of red raspberries, the canes die shortly after they are done bearing fruit. The canes that are past their prime are rough and woody in appearance. New canes have green stems, while the second-year canes are grayish-brown in color.