[NAFEX] bramble propagation by stem cutting

Michael Dossett phainopepla at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 19 16:36:35 EST 2008


I would say try giving stem cuttings a try on the erect blackberries as I outlined in my message before.  Of all the blackberry groups, however, this is the one where we have the least success.  Some genotypes seem to respond ok to it and others hardly at all.  I know root cuttings work for many people with erect blackberries so I would not hesitate to try this though I personally have very little experience with it.  For red raspberries I probably wouldn't waste my time with stem cuttings unless it were really the only option as they are very easy to propagate from root cuttings.  I would assume doing erect blackberries from root cuttings would have about the same results as both of them form adventitious buds on the roots and send up suckers from them whereas the semi-erect blackberries are more crown forming...

Hope this helps,

Michael
 
Michael Dossett
Corvallis, Oregon
www.Mdossettphoto.com
phainopepla at yahoo.com

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From: Richard MURPHY <murphman108 at msn.com>
To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Friday, January 18, 2008 6:37:59 PM
Subject: Re: [NAFEX] bramble propagation by stem cutting




 
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Hello Mike;

 

Thanks for the blast.

I'm going to try erect ??Blackberries and Red Raspberries.

Just a few 'till a repeatable easy process is nailed down.

 

Thanks Again

 

Murph


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  From: Michael 
  Dossett 

  To: North American Fruit Explorers 


  Sent: Friday, January 18, 2008 4:11 
  PM

  Subject: Re: [NAFEX] bramble propagation 
  by stem cutting

  


  
  

  There is quite a bit of variability in success of cuttings depending 
  on the genotypes and species involved as Rubus is a very diverse genus.  
  For most blackberries and black raspberries, two node cuttings taken in late 
  July or September with a little Rootone and placed under mist works 
  pretty well.  The semi-erect and erect blackberries will work this way, 
  but not as well as the trailing blackberries will.  I've had some success 
  rooting very tender primocane shoot tips of red raspberry taken 
  in spring but for red raspberries root cuttings are definately the 
  way to go.  As the methods vary a little bit by type, what type 
  of brambles are you trying to propagate?

   

  Michael
 
Michael Dossett
Corvallis, 
  Oregon
www.Mdossettphoto.com
phainopepla at yahoo.com 
  


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Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 6:59:22 
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Subject: [NAFEX] bramble propagation by stem cutting


  

  Hi Guys;

   

  I have read of a few ways to propagate brambles by stem cuttings.

  Does anybody have an easy, proven method?

  No copies of Patented or Friends stuff will be done.

  Tip layering is cool, but I want to try to make a whole bunch.

   

  Thank you.

  

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