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Comp. planting & trench compost. R-berries?

Posted by mountainrose z7 Georgia (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 15, 13 at 7:47

Hi, I am new to raspberry gardening, but not new to gardening, and I have a couple of questions.

1. I just planted my bare root raspberries, and was wondering if I could get a quick crop of lettuce or radishes down the sides of the bed while I am waiting for the r-berry canes to break dormancy.

2. I grow quite a few roses, and I give them quite a bit of veg. and fruit scraps from the kitchen as well as eggshells dug right around the dripzone. Do raspberries benefit from trench composting methods at all?

Thank you.


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RE: Comp. planting & trench compost. R-berries?

1. Yes, I don't see why not.
2. As long as you don't disturb the shallow roots, raspberries like compost and should benefit from trench composting.


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RE: Comp. planting & trench compost. R-berries?

Thank you


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