How to prune fall-bearing red raspberries for one crop (Total crop yield is typically larger using the one-crop system instead of the two-crop system.) In March or early April, prune all canes back to ground level.
This eliminates the summer crop, but the fall crop matures one to two weeks earlier. Maintain the plants in a 1- to 2-foot-wide treedelimbing.buzzted Reading Time: 5 mins. Jan 31, These new plants should be pruned back to around inches (around 5- 12cm) above ground level to encourage new canes to form.
Pruning each year will allow you to maintain a healthy and productive raspberry treedelimbing.buzzted Reading Time: 9 mins. How to Prune One-Crop, Summer-Bearing Raspberries. Raspberry plants are pruned by cutting back canes after they bear fruit. Cut back one-crop, summer-bearing raspberry canes as soon as the harvest is over. Cut these just harvested canes down to the ground. Do not prune back new canes that have emerged during the treedelimbing.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins.
Mar 16, Cut all of the fruited canes down to ground level in late autumn. At this point, there will be some new, young growth. Tie this in at 4-inch intervals to replace the old.
When your plants have grown taller, loop the new top growth over and tie this in too. How to Prune Autumn-Fruiting Raspberry CanesEstimated Reading Time: 8 mins.