[nafex] Raspberry Production

Matt Demmon mdemmon at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 20:04:43 EST 2012

I don't know about California, it's probably really different there.
But here all you have to do is plant raspberries in half-way decent
soil, and control the weeds halfway, and BAM, you've got raspberries
coming out of your ears. Trellising helps with certain varieties.
Watering can help if it's really dry. And rain every day during
harvest is a big mold problem.

z5 se MI

On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 5:13 PM, Spidra Webster <spidra at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've grown raspberries for about 7 years now. Most of those were in a
> raised bed in Berkeley, but now I'm having to grow them in large
> containers. Anyway, production has always been a big light for my taste.
> When they were in a raised bed, I had to add sulfur every once in a while
> to adjust pH or they'd get an iron deficiency. They're now growing in the
> best composted soil I can afford. Still need to supplement with sulfur this
> year, I think. I fertilize them occasionally, when I can afford to.  What
> are folks' tips for getting bumper raspberry production?
> I'm growing a variety called 'Else's Choice', an heirloom selection
> collected in Sebastopol, CA.
> Megan Lynch
> http://www.meganlynch.net
> http://www.myfolia.com/gardener/spidra/invite
> South Pasadena, CA Zone 9
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