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Raspberry plants are pruned by cutting back canes after they bear fruit. 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.



NOTE: This is part 8 in a series of 11 articles.



Once your raspberry plants have put on enough growth (which may not be until after their first year with you), aim to prune in the early spring, just as new growth emerges.

Prune young canes back until they are around 4 to 5 feet tall. This will discourage overgrowth and shading and. Raspberry plants are pruned by cutting back canes after they bear fruit. 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 treedisposal.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. Dec 01, In the first year of growth, leave the black raspberries alone.

Do not prune them. In their second year, it’s time to start cutting back black raspberries. You will likely get a small harvest of berries in the late spring or early summer. After the plants quit Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.





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