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vernamy
Sep 18, 2017 5:58 PM CST
my new canes from this year are 8-11 ft tall, do i trim these back at all or just let them be this tall for next year?
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DaisyI
Sep 18, 2017 6:39 PM CST
Cut out the old canes and wind the new canes into your fence or whatever support you are using.
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Sep 18, 2017 6:40 PM CST
I agree
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Bonehead
Sep 18, 2017 6:48 PM CST
I cut the new canes to about my eye level, and cut the old canes to the ground (either in fall or early spring). I've tried the winding thing, but found it awkward to harvest. I get tons of berries and my berry patch looks neater (to me). I do know the commercial growers in my area do that winding thing. Just saying if won't adversely affect your harvest if you opt to keep next year's canes shorter. Personal preference.
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