Transplant Raspberry Bushes?

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Transplant raspberry bushes in the fall before the first frost. This is a good time to transplant or plant any tree or bush. This allows the roots to establish in the ground before the first freeze.
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1. Transplant your raspberry bush during the winter months, while the plant is dormant. 2. Mix rotted manure and compost into the soil in a planting location that receives plenty
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October to March is the best time to transplant your rasberry bushes.
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Spring is better than fall. For some reason, raspberries are slow to root and if you transplant them in the fall, they often don't make it through the winter. To transplant, basically
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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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