Saturday, October 22, 2011

Farming Growth The Raspberry

Raspberry Farming
Raspberry is a nutritious fruit belonging to the genus Rubus. The fruit is of great nutritional importance, because it is rich in vitamin C, folic acid and iron, and contains no fat, cholesterol and sodium. There are basically two raspberry varieties viz. raspberry (Rubus idaeus scientific name) and the black raspberry (Rubus occidentalis scientific name). Red and black raspberries are grown commercially around the world.

Raspberry is an evergreen shrub, prickly outbreaks producing land, known as canes. The plant is well erect, semi-erect or clap at the end and compound leaves with 3-5 leaflets, the middle is the largest. Raspberry flowers are small (1 cm in diameter), white or pink and are borne singly or in groups. The plant produces fruit in the second year of planting, raspberry is an aggregate of drupelets type. Here are some tips for growing and pruning raspberries.

Raspberry Farming Growth

Raspberries can be grown in gardens or greenhouses. As for the fruit, two types of raspberries, ie support in June and fall. The first harvest, as the name suggests, bears fruit in June or July, while the latter crop is Everbearing and carries two crops per season. For best yields, it is important that the fruits are not exposed to extreme weather conditions such as very hot or very cold. Besides, if the soil is too wet, then the fruits are susceptible to fungal infections. With this in mind, many growers prefer to crops during the spring or summer.

Based on the location, choose the right variety of raspberry and the purchase of seedlings. Be sure to select varieties resistant to diseases and pests. For the planting soil bed preparation in early fall, as it does for other crops. Raspberry can thrive well in any soil type (either sand or loamy), provided that there is no proper drainage system and soil pH in the range of 5.5-7. Seedlings growing at an average depth, leaving a space of 8.16 meters between two seedlings.

Water plants regularly raspberry, as they have a shallow root system and are less tolerant to drought. Rods of two years (surviving for two years) are produced, reeds, developed in the first year of planting, growing (which takes only the leaves) and called the primocane. Like primocane flower next year, known as floricane, which eventually bear fruit. After successfully growing the first planting, the plants can be easily reproduced by using a variety of techniques.

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