Fall-Bearing Raspberry Pruning: Tips On Pruning Fall-Bearing Red Raspberries - Trimming fall bearing red raspberries isn’t difficult, once you figure out whether you want one crop a year or two. Learn how and when to trim fall bearing raspberry canes.
Build raspberry trellis- two 8 foot 4x4 posts, sunk 2 feet in the ground. four 2x4's 24" wide, nailed to the posts. 14 gauge wire attached to 4 large eyehooks. two at 24 inchs high and two at the top. Our March project. We have 8 super healthy Heritage raspberry canes ready to plant.
Raspberry Autumn Bliss plants in a row cut back all fruited canes to ground level after harvest keep youngest canes per plant and tie then inches apart along wire supports Remove the remaining young stems at ground level
Pruning Cane Berries: (Raspberries) Remove two-year-old canes soon after they finish bearing. They wont fruit again, and they can otherwise spread disease. Pinch back the tips of first-year canes when they reach about feet to cause the cane to branch.