anhainer at syr.edu
Sun Jun 9 15:41:11 EDT 2002
FIve gallon buckets sound like a good idea for a couple small plots but I'm
looking for advice on some 70 or 100 ft. rows of them. What do berry growers
do? Just deal with the invasiveness and do a whole hella of alot of work
keeping them in line?
From: Jill Taylor Bussiere [mailto:jdt at itol.com]
Sent: Sunday, June 09, 2002 12:19 PM
To: Market Farming
Subject: [market-farming] Re: Containing Raspberries...
I liked the idea of 5 gallon buckets - do you think it is too late to plant
raspberries? We had our last frost (I hope....) a bit over a week ago.
> i use 5 gallon buckets for my raspberries. They grow like little weeds
> in 'em, but can't get out to spread all over creation. Another good idea
> I saw on Square Foot Gardening, lo these many years ago, is suckers that
> pop up where you don't want them, cut off at ground level. Eventually
> they will die out.
> Heather R
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