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thringyfox Posted on 01/08/2020 13:02
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Any recommendations for raspberry types to grow?
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SohoFox Posted on 01/08/2020 14:31
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My cane raspberries got some sort of disease.
But I have more success with my bush raspberries for early autumn ripening.
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thringyfox Posted on 01/08/2020 14:40
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Yes I might try a mix[^]
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SohoFox Posted on 01/08/2020 16:28
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Do you know the difference in pruning between cane and bush?
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thringyfox Posted on 01/08/2020 18:03
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No, didnít know there was a difference??
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SohoFox Posted on 01/08/2020 18:10
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Cane raspberries only fruit on 2nd year stems. So at end of summer you prune back the stems which have produced fruit down to ground level BUT as regards this years first year stems which haven't fruited you keep these and tie them to your wire supports. They will produce your fruit next summer.
With bush raspberries they produce fruit in late summer/early autumn off first year's stems. Then in mid winter you prune ALL the stems down to ground level.
Then next spring new stems grow and all produce fruit that late summer/early autumn.
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SohoFox Posted on 01/08/2020 18:14
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Also cane raspberries have to be trained and tied along horizontal support wires.
Bush raspberries can be left to grow as a bush.
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thringyfox Posted on 01/08/2020 18:44
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billsballbag Posted on 01/08/2020 22:25
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I planted a cane raspberry thing last year. Did fack all.

All seems like hard work. Iím going to dig the fukker up and go down Sainsbos

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SohoFox Posted on 01/08/2020 22:35
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Fine BBB.
But when everyone is eating grass due to Brexit, a crashed economy and a rampant coronavirus you'll wish you hadn't taken the piiissss and listened to your Uncle George.
You'll soon be offering me a kings ransom for a bowl of runner beans and a beetroot to keep you alive!
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