Heritage raspberry - Knowledgebase Question

San Gabriel, Ca
Question by lcderrien
March 11, 2010
Hello,

I planted two Heritage raspberry canes, preparing the soil as recommended, etc. but I think they went into shock after planting. The leaves that were growing on them have all fallen off. I cannot tell whether the remaining buds are still alive. Is there anything that I can do to revive the plants?

Thanks in advance,

Lora
(Pasadena/San Gabriel, CA)


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Answer from NGA
March 11, 2010

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Don't give up on them yet! Even if transplant shock has caused them to drop their leaves, the plants are probably busy establishing their root systems in their new homes. I suspect you'll see new growth within the next few weeks. Once they start to grow, they will really take off, especially when the weather gets warm. Hope you have a great harvest!

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