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By Sara Ipatenco.

Jul 27, Black or Purple Raspberry Bush Pruning. Remove fruiting canes after harvest. Tip prune new shoots in early spring 3 to 4 inches ( cm.) to encourage branching. Top these canes again 3 to 4 inches ( cm.) in summer. Then after harvest, remove all dead canes and those smaller than ½ inches (1 cm.) in diameter.

Put on protective clothing, and spray raspberry plants with a 2 percent ready-to-use glyphosate product on a dry, still day before the first frost, covering all the leaves and stems. Glyphosate takes two to three weeks to control raspberry plants. It's harmful.

Pruning Summer Raspberries Prune summer fruiting raspberries in the late summer or fall, after the berries have been harvested.

Sep 21, Leave about 12 inches of vine on each plant. Dig up each raspberry plant with a spade or a shovel, going deep enough to remove all the roots of the plant. Dispose of the roots and vines in the trash container.

Monitor the area where. Pick your own (u-pick) raspberries farms, patches and orchards near Arlington, VA. Filter by sub-region or select one of u-pick fruits, vegetables, berries.

You can load the map to see all places where to pick raspberries near Arlington, VA for a better overview and navigation. Jan 31, If these are close to the base of the canes, it is best to remove them. Cut them off at the base, at ground level.

If you attempt to pull these out or dig them up, you can do damage to the plants’ root systems. However, you may find that raspberry suckers also pop up at. Treat the bush with an insecticide if you find harmful insects eating the berries or leaves. Insects that can damage raspberry bushes include grasshoppers, stink bugs and fruit-eating wasps.