The most important phases in the care of seedlings in the yield are setting the back support for raspberry, processing of land, fertilizing raspberry in yield, foliar application of fertilizer in raspberries, pruning and irrigation.
At the end of first year after planting or at the beginning of next one, it is necessary to set the back (support) for raspberries.
Processing of land
In order to keep seedlings free from weeds in loose land, it is necessary to process the land a couple of times every year. First processing is done early in spring after the pruning of outgrowths. Inter-row processing is done with a cultivator or a tiller at the depth of 10–12 cm (with tiller 6–8 cm), 50 cm away from outgrowths, and in the rows with a hoe at the depth of 5–6 cm. Using tiller should be minimized (1–2) to a surface level (6–8 cm). Spring cultivators which scarify land are better for use. The number of times land needs to be processed every year depends on weather conditions and weeds. If herbicides are not used, land needs to be processed 4-6 times between the rows and 2-3 times within the row. Using herbicides significantly reduces the need for processing. On slopes inter-row area is processed through cutting brushwood, which makes land at upper parts not move towards the bottom of parcel.
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