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The use of full length 'Festival' raspberry canes in a scheduled planting and harvesting system

, : The use of full length 'Festival' raspberry canes in a scheduled planting and harvesting system. Journal of Small Fruit and Viticulture 1(2): 49-54

Red raspberries are traditionally established from primocanes, cut back after digging up and again before planting, which produce a full harvest in the 4th season. This study, on a light sandy soil at Lavaltrie, Quebec from 1988-90, aimed to devise an establishment practice that would allow harvesting 60-90 days after planting, using dormant uncut canes of Festival.

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