This group of cultivated fruiting plants include those that do not produce permanently woody stems, and usually need to be trained to canes or wires. They include the brambles; blackberries and related fruits, and also gooseberries.
Assured Produce Protocol for Cane Fruit
Producing crops in accordance with these standards allows growers to sell produce to any supermarket or processor in the UK. Information on site selection, site management, variety selection, nutrition, irrigation, crop protection, harvesting and storage. [PDF]
Growing Blackberries
Information on cultivating these fruit including planting, varieties and harvesting, with some recommended books.
Growing Raspberries
Plenty of information on cultivating this crop, recommended varieties, planting and growing, pruning, harvesting, diseases and other problems.
Growing Raspberries and Blackberries
Details on growing these cane fruits, including site selection, training and pruning.
Growing your Blackberry Cane
Information on the cultivation of this fruit, the planting and care of canes, choice of varieties, propagation and pests and diseases.
How to Grow Raspberry Canes
Information on the cultivation of this fruit, the planting, support and care of canes, choice of varieties and pests and diseases.
Weed Control in Strawberries and Raspberries
Information on the timing of herbicide applications and the products that are suitable for these crops.
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