Less sweat for the yield? Try perennial fruits and veggies: Times Argus Online

I’ve been “cultivating” some of the thornless raspberries I found on my property for the last several years – just ran a lawn mower through the middle of  ’em since they didn’t yield at all.  Did find some better perfoming ones at the nearby daycare center with thorns, though so if they’re willing to let me dig, I may have an alternative next year.  The blackberries I started via transplants are doing well, though, so I won’t mow them down, and will try to keep them “tamed” with stakes and lines (a 3.5 foot “T” on either side of the row with a line on either side of the top of the “T” – chop off anything that gets out of line), but – onto

the hack: don’t replant, just weed and feed these beds year after year for delicious fruits

Less sweat for the yield? Try perennial fruits and veggies: Times Argus Online.

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