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How to Plant Raspberry Bushes?

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To plant raspberry bushes, be sure to use a soil that is rich and well-drained. Adding some compost and manure to the soil will also help. You can find more information at www.thegardenhelper.com
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How to Plant Raspberry Bushes
Raspberries are a much loved small fruit. Coming in a close second to the national favorite, strawberries, they can be used in a number of ways--fresh or frozen, or preserved as jam or an ice cream topping. High in vitamins A and C, this tasty fruit... More »
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Raspberries do best in a sunny location with rich soil, regular access to water and good drainage. Sites that stay wet late in the spring can produce problems, including root fungus
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Raspberries are a very easy plant to grow. It is a good idea to create a raised be with 4x4 timbers as the perimeter. These beds should be about 4' wide and as long as you want. You
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Are you in an area where Japanese Beetle is common? If so, garlic or chives may help repel said beetle, and might therefore be good companions to your raspberry bushes. http://en.wikipedia.org
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transfer already grown plants. The first year they are up they will not produce fruit. Rasberrya nd strawberry plants do multiply and will produce alot of seedling plants. My biggest
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