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By cutting the plant down to the ground in the spring, you're actually preventing.
} Sep 06, Some types of raspberries produce fall crops that bloom and form berries at the top of the cane. Next year’s crop of raspberries will bloom lower on the plant, so after the fall crops are finished the tops can be cut off.
Weed and Mulch. This is a great time to pull up all the weeds and grass that have invaded your raspberries do you cut raspberry bushes back in the fall the summer treepruning.clubted Reading Time: 3 mins.
May 06, Definitely not! There's no sure way to tell whether an unpruned fall-bearing raspberry bush will produce an early-summer harvest, but cutting it down to the ground in the spring definitely won't help, because the canes won't regrow sufficiently in time for a summer harvest. Click on another answer to find the right one 94%(64).
If you would like both a fall and summer harvest, do not cut down all of your canes.
If you do not want to stake or trellis ever-bearing raspberries, cut back all of the canes after the fall harvest; that means you will get only one harvest from your two-crop, ever-bearing raspberries.
Also of interest: How to Grow Raspberries.