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Raspberries prefer rich, well-drained soil.

Jul 27, Red Raspberry Bush Pruning. Summer-bearing – Remove all weak canes to the ground in early spring. Leave 10 to 12 of the healthiest canes, about ¼ inches ( cm.) in diameter, with 6 inch (15 cm.) spacing. Tip prune any that may have suffered cold damage. 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.

Disease resistant and heat tolerant.

Glyphosate takes two to three weeks to control raspberry plants. It's harmful to most plants, so take care not to spray plants you wish to keep. Pick your own (u-pick) raspberries farms, patches and orchards near Cohasset, MA. Filter by sub-region or select one of u-pick fruits, vegetables, berries.

You can load the map to see all places where to pick raspberries near Cohasset, MA for a better overview and navigation. Aug 17, Pick out plants that will grow well in your hardiness zone. Improve the soil.

Always choose varieties that are suitable for your zone in Minnesota.

Plant raspberry bushes feet apart and install a post and wire system for support. Water raspberry bushes regularly during the summer. Cut back on watering during the winter. Feed raspberry easiest way to remove raspberry bushes in the spring, through early July. For summer-bearing (floricane) red, yellow, black, and purple raspberries: March- For red and yellow raspberries, cut canes back to feet tall before growth begins. March- For black and purple raspberries, cut side branches back to Dig a hole approximately 2 feet deep, trying not to disturb the surrounding soil.

Place a few shovelfuls of gravel in the bottom of the hole for drainage. 3. Dip 2 feet of the post in wood.