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Nov 22, For this method, cut all canes to ground level when plants are dormant. When the new primocanes emerge, maintain a row width of 12–15 inches by removing excess suckers by pruning or cultivation.

Black and purple raspberries.

Black raspberry plants have arched canes rather than the more upright canes of red bushclear.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins. May 06, While pruning raspberries may seem difficult, it helps stimulate new growth, produces a larger harvest, and removes disease and dead canes from your plant. Before pruning, it is important to learn the difference between the different raspberry canes, optimal pruning time, and the pruning basics associated with raspberries%(64).

Jul 02,"so where are the actual instructions on HOW to prune raspberries? i planted a bush last october, it was a foot tall. over winter it grew to be 6 feet tall, i had a handful of berries in march. i cut off big unruly branches, to keep the bush at my eye level, about 5 ft height. some of the branches grew back, i try to keep it bushy, not tree like. but 1 handful of berries doesn't seem like much.

A raspberry plant may survive and produce fruit for many years.

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 plants are the most shade tolerant of all cane fruits. They have a life cycle of well over 10 years in some areas, and are happy to grow on many soil types, apart from dry or shallow chalk.

Plant this wonderful summery fruit in well-drained, slightly acidic soil.