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How to grow Raspberries in container | Nature Bring

Written by: Sarita Parashar                             Date: 27.04.2017

Raspberries are easy to develop, if proper care is taken, you can enjoy its fruits for a long time. Raspberry is actually the popular fruit of the summer. Some raspberries are such that give plenty of fruit mid-summer till mid-autumn. There are lots of varieties which are suitable for planting in many planting zones. Raspberries can be grown in any size garden, whether you can put it in the container or in the terrace garden or in the patios. How are you able to plant raspberries easily in a container? This is telling you, Nature Bring.

Classification:

Scientific name                  Rubus idaeus

Common name                   Raspberry

plant type                             Fruit

Sun requires                         Full Sun

Soil                                         Well-drained Rich soil/ acidic soil

Soil pH                                   5.6-6.2

Zone                                       3-10

Best time to plant:

The best time to plant is early spring, although you can plant raspberry any time in the summer which is healthy plants. Spring plants are well established and some berries can give you the first summer.

Growing Condition:

  • To apply this plant, choose a place where the direct sunlight comes, although it will tolerate the shade, the crop will be less.
  • Raspberry requires a rich soil, moisture, and acidic soils, which are well drained and weed free. They do not like soggy and shallow soils. To get good results, keep the plant in the sunny place, shelter, although the raspberries tolerate part shade.
  • Raspberry can be planted at any time between November and March, during this time the dormant season is running. This would be the time when there is no danger of cold nor water accumulation.
  • Most people produce summer-fruiting raspberries, which are ready for harvest in early summer. You can take the fun of Raspberry grown from late August to October in the autumn.
  • Raspberry is usually planted in rows, trained with post and wire system. But if you do not have large space, you can put it in the container too or train them up a single post.
  • Keep this plant away from the wild growing berries, otherwise, there may be pest and disease problems.
  • Raspberry itself is fertile and is pollinated by insects. Therefore, when choosing a place where there is not much wind, or take other measures to stop the air.
  • Before planting this plant thoroughly clean the place from which there are no weeds because once the raspberry is developed after it is difficult to control.
  • Add an extra space of 2 feet around the plant, add a thick amount of (3 inches thick) organic matter and thick mulch on this surface.
  • When summer cultivars begin to grow, tie them to the fence or trellis for its support.

raspberry in pot

Container raspberries:

To develop Raspberries in the container, a large size container whose diameter can be easily developed in 18 inches. Use multi-purpose compost and loam soil with the prepared potting mix for this. Use a liquid common fertilizer once a month during the growing season.

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Care:

  • A thick layer of mulch is necessary around the plant. It preserves moisture.
  • Give the plant a depth of 1-inch water to the plant twice a week from the growing season. Well, regular water is so good to soak so deep.
  • The roots send abundant canes. Whose pruning is necessary. Many of which were pruned out so that the remaining canes could be encouraged to produce more fruit.
  • Raspberries mature until summer 4 to 6 weeks from the autumn to autumn, then harvest the fruits.
  • In the spring, a complete fertilizer N PK 12: 5: 15 sprinkle lightly.
  • Remove the Weeds to reduce water and nutrient competitiveness.
  • Use the trap to protect these birds from harm.
  • Keep changing the plant every 8-10 years, the old canes die after it gets fruit. So cut dead canes.

Pruning:

The main aim of pruning is to get rid of the old and dead canes. It encourages new canes, thereby increasing the production of fruit. In the late summer, fruit production will start in new canes and it will continue until the fall. When the plant is dormant in the early spring, then you pruning out the old canes.

Pests and Disease:

Raspberry is a fruit that is sure to keep from insects and diseases. Black raspberries are more sensitive to pests or diseases than red or purple colors. Spider mites and Japanese beetles can disturb from June to August. Rabbits like raspberry more. To protect them, you can resort to the lattice. You can prevent Raspberry’s many problems from sunlight and fertile soil. Raspberry can be a victim of root rot due to verticillium wilt, so avoid growing raspberry, where tomatoes, potatoes or other infected plants have been planted. powdery mildew And it can also be infected with Ken Borers. Spray for fungal diseases in winter.

Harvesting:

  • When raspberries get ripe, its color looks good and it can be easily harvested Ripe, raspberries are the best to do daily harvests. Because the hot sunlight will burn it and it can rot in the rain. Harvest the shallow container, place the selected berry immediately in the fridge. Wash it with cold water while using it.
  • Always collect the berries in the hot and dry days.
  • Cooked raspberry is very easily harvested, you can be refrigerated for about 5 days.
  • If the fruits are preserved, then it should be done directly from the plant.

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