Planting

Set plants 1 inch deeper than they were grown in the nursery and at least 30 inches apart in rows 9 to 10 feet apart. Plant rooted canes in early spring and tissue culture plantlets after the danger of frost has passed.

Remove any old dead canes that are attached to the new living plant because they can be a source of disease. Do not fertilize at planting or for several weeks after planting. Water liberally because brambles have shallow root systems.

Brambles are shallow rooted and will probably need watering between bloom and harvest.

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