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Raspberry is one of the most popular plants both in professional gardening plots and in dachas for amateurs.

All hybrid raspberries are derived from common raspberries. Asia is considered the birthplace of raspberries, and in Russia this berry became widespread in the 12th century.

From the 17th century to this day, new varieties and varieties of raspberries are being bred. There is a multi-colored raspberry: red, yellow, black. There are remontant raspberries, large-fruited, frost-resistant.

In this article, let's talk about the raspberry variety with the intriguing name "Hussar".

A bit of history and description

Our compatriot was engaged in breeding the Gusar variety, a Bryansk breeder named Kazakov. The repairing raspberry is his merit.

In addition, he bred different varieties of this berry: large-fruited, resistant to pests and diseases, unpretentious varieties of this beloved berry.

If you pay attention only to the name of the variety, you can immediately understand that this raspberry has many advantages and admirers, as the word "hussar" speaks for itself.

And indeed it is. This variety has become widespread in central Russia.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Raspberry Gusar

This the variety is usually referred to as the "golden" varieties of raspberries... It is considered a worthy decoration of summer cottages throughout the country.

What are the advantages of this variety:

  1. The berries are quite large, bright red in color.
  2. They taste very pleasant, sweet, a lot of fragrant pulp.
  3. They grow well, they are tall and strong, reaching 2-2.5 meters in length.
  4. There are few thorns on the stem, they are located at the bottom of the plant, so picking berries and caring for raspberry bushes can be safe without the risk of injury.
  5. The stems and leaves themselves are slightly reddish in color, they are covered with a barely noticeable waxy layer, so the leaves are reliably protected from drying out and other harmful environmental influences.
  6. This variety has increased drought tolerance., therefore, such raspberries can be planted even in the hottest regions, drought will not affect the quality and quantity of the crop.
  7. Typically, with proper care, you can harvest a large raspberry crop.
  8. All berries ripen within almost one month.
  9. Berries are versatile in their application.... They can be eaten raw or cooked and harvested for the winter with the idea of ​​preserves, compotes, jellies and jams.

Disadvantages of the Gusar raspberry variety:

  1. The berries are very soft, not dense, therefore they cannot be stored for too long.
  2. Due to the softness of the berries, they cannot be transported, otherwise the entire crop will be spoiled.
  3. Raspberries of this variety require careful care. and a large area for its landing.
  4. Although the variety is considered frost-resistant, but you need to protect the root system of shrubs, otherwise, after the onset of cold weather, the rhizomes will suffer and the raspberries will die.

Correct fit

Before buying raspberry seedlings, you need to think about where it will have to be planted. The place should be moderately shaded and moderately sunnyprotected from strong wind gusts.

If the site has been successfully selected, then before planting raspberries, it must be brought into its proper form, namely, cleanly remove all weeds and uproot old stumps, if any.

If necessary it is advisable to feed the soil for planting raspberries with manure.

Raspberries of the Gusar variety have high growth, so you need to take care of how, for what and where its garter will be carried out.

If all of the above points have been implemented, then it is time to start preparing the soil for planting raspberries.

When the seedlings are found and are ready for planting, then need to dig ditches for raspberries, the depth of which should be 30-35 cm, and the width - 40-50 cm.

You need to plant raspberries on a warm, but not too sunny day. After the landing has been completed, it is advisable to carry out abundant watering, and the places around the rhizomes of the plant need to be slightly fertilized.

A few practical tips:

  1. It is advisable to buy raspberry seedlings of the Gusar variety in special nurseries, and not from the hands, such a move will help to minimize the possibility of cheating.
  2. The best fertilizer for raspberries is bedding manure and wood ash.
  3. The maximum yield can be obtained when raspberries are planted in loamy or sandy loam soil.
  4. When choosing a soil, you need to observe the "golden mean", that is, the soil should not be too moist and too dry... It is also not recommended to plant raspberries on the hills.

Caring for a remontant variety

Raspberries are a culture that needs constant pruning... During times of its active growth, that is, in May and in the summer months, it will have to be cut often, namely monthly.

Pruning is carried out using a special pruner. You only need to cut the side branches by about 1 meter, the tops are not touched at the same time. It is necessary to cut with a clear and sharp movement so as not to shred the branches.

This procedure serves to strengthen the roots and stems of the raspberry so that the energy of the plant is not wasted on the growth and nutrition of additional branches.

The soil under the raspberry bushes also needs to be cultivated from time to time., namely, to remove weeds and loosen it, while not touching the raspberry roots.

Raspberries are a plant that loves moisture, so in the hot summer months you do not need to deny her more frequent watering, than usual.

But you shouldn't overdo it either, too much watering can cause the raspberry roots to rot and the plant will die.

Reproduction

Raspberries are a culture that propagates well by cuttings... Young shoots are suitable for this purpose.

How do you know if cuttings are suitable for propagation? Each stalk must be carefully examined, it must be at least 3 cm in length, and there must be at least 3 leaves on the stalk.

For the cuttings to take root, they are collected in small bunches, placed in containers with humus and peat, and after a couple of weeks the sprouts should take their own roots.

After the roots have appeared, they can be safely planted in the ground.

Diseases and pests

Although raspberry Gusar is considered the least susceptible to disease variety, you still need to monitor the health of the plant. What could threaten him?

Stem raspberry fly

A stem fly can easily appear on the leaves of a plant. It's such a pest that lays its larvae directly on the leaves, and when small insects grow up, they begin to gnaw thin and delicate stems that have not yet had time to be covered with bark. This leads to the fact that the plant dries up and dies.

How to get rid of this? You can collect the larvae by hand, but this activity is quite dreary and extremely useless, because it will still not work to inspect every berry and every leaf.

Therefore it is necessary ask your gardening store for stemfly solution, cook it as required by the instructions and sprinkle the raspberries. Then you can forget about such a pest.

Crimson beetle

BUT this pest hunts for leaves and buds... If holes appeared on the leaves, then there is no doubt that this very beetle attacked the tree.

For prevention from this pest It will not be superfluous to sprinkle with some kind of pesticide, but in general it is better to weed the grass under the raspberries as often as possible. This will protect both raspberries and other plantings in the summer cottage from the pest.

Sprout gall midge

This is a pest that lives in the upper layers of the soil and is activated in the onset of spring. This pest hungry for plant bark, you can find it by the numerous cracks and damage on the bark of the plant.

Unfortunately, if a raspberry bush attacked this beetle, then it will not work to get rid of it with the help of chemistry, the beetles quickly attack other plants, therefore, without hesitation, you need to remove the damaged bush along with the roots and throw it away as far as possible from the summer cottages.

In this case, it is better to donate one bush, to lose the entire planting for weeks.

Gardeners reviews

Liana, 48 years old, Moscow: “I have been planting raspberries for several years. The Gusar variety is unpretentious in its content, it is easy to care for it, however, to me personally, the taste of the berries seemed sour, but in general, I recommend this variety to summer residents and gardeners. "

Vitaly, 40 years old, Vyazma: “I planted this raspberry on the recommendation of my neighbors. It is easy to take care of, the berries are tasty and large, the harvest is good. Children are delighted. "

Zlata, 55 years old, Moscow: "I really like the taste of berries, it gives two harvests per season, it's enough just to eat and make preparations for the winter."

In general, reviews of Gusar raspberries are good., so it is worth trying to grow it on your site, this delicacy will become its real decoration.


The non-remontant raspberry Gusar reaches an average of 2.5 meters in height, but its powerful stems are able to withstand strong gusts of wind and a wide range of temperatures - from extreme heat to frost. Therefore, you can plant raspberries in different regions of Russia, from south to north.

The leaves are large, without obvious pubescence, not twisted, dark green in color, the bush is resistant to various diseases.

Note! Despite the fact that many believe that this raspberry is remontant, Gusar, in fact, belongs to a different variety and is included in the list of non-remontant varieties.

It is noteworthy that this type of raspberry has almost no thorns along the length of the bush. The thorns are located at the bottom of the stem, and the bunches of berries are located at a height of 50 cm and above. These qualities make the harvesting process much easier.

The berries themselves have an average weight of 3.5-4 grams, but can reach 5 grams with good care. On one bush, an average of 6 kg of berries ripen per season, and under especially favorable growing conditions, the owners of the raspberry plant get up to 16 kg.

The shape of the fruit is cone-shaped, blunt-pointed. Raspberries are aromatic, sweet, with moderate sourness. Suitable for fresh consumption and for preparations for the winter, it has been awarded a high rating for the quality of jam. Transportable due to the density of the fruit.

Depending on the region of growth, the berries reach their ripening from July, and in the remote northern regions from August. Fruiting lasts about 3 weeks.


Description of the Gusar variety

A variety of medium early ripening. Suitable for growing in different regions of Russia due to its strong immune system and high frost resistance. Bushes grow up to 2.5 meters high. The branches are straight, strong, powerful, withstand the weight of the berries without any problems, without falling to the ground. The leaves are medium-sized, green, wrinkled. There are thorns, but they are few.

Conical berries with a blunt tip

Berries grow in weight 3-4 g, maximum - 10 g. The color is crimson-red. The berries are of a simple conical shape with a blunt tip. They are dense, keep their shape, the bones are medium in size. The taste is sweet, but with a pronounced sourness, which, however, only improves the taste. The aroma is fresh, intense.


Growing raspberries of the Gusar variety

Any plant breeding begins with the purchase of seedlings.

Saplings

It is better to purchase varietal seedlings in specialized proven stores, nurseries, so as not to get an unusable, non-viable seedling or the wrong variety.

When choosing a Husar raspberry seedling, it is worth stopping the choice on those specimens that fit the following description: one formed and developed shoot with a base of about 1 centimeter in diameter, the height of the seedling is about half a meter, and the roots are at least 15 centimeters.

Neither the shoot, nor the root should show signs of rotting, diseases.

It is not recommended to buy seedlings with opened foliage, they will hurt and will not take root. Especially for autumn planting.

It is also not recommended to buy seedlings that do not have pronounced varietal characteristics.

Landing

Planting seedlings in the ground is possible in autumn until October or in mid-spring with stable weather.

To plant raspberries, you need to meet a number of requirements.

  • A place for a raspberry tree should be chosen well-lit, without through winds. In shaded areas, the shoots will stretch out, grow thin and weak. Buds develop poorly, few flowers appear, and, accordingly, ovaries.
  • The soil needs a slightly acidic, closer to neutral, with a pH of about 6. If necessary, carry out preliminary liming and ashing.
  • Groundwater should lie deeper than one and a half meters from the surface level. Raspberries do not like waterlogged, swampy soil, places of constant flooding.
  • Bushes are planted at a distance of up to 1 meter from each other in a row. Between the rows, they leave from one to one and a half meters, some experts recommend two meters. This is necessary for comfortable conditions for the growth and development of large spreading plants.
  • Planting holes are dug with a diameter of 50 centimeters, up to 40 centimeters deep. Up to five kilograms of organic fertilizers are placed on the bottom: humus, ripe manure, compost. You can also add 80 gr. superphosphate and about 40 gr. potash fertilizer.
  • Fertilizers are covered with a layer of soil and the hole is left to "rest" for several weeks to a month and a half. You can prepare pits in the fall for spring planting.

The soil for fertilizers is laid to protect the roots, which, from contact with the bait concentrate, get burned and die.

During the "rest" period, the fertilizers in the pit come into a form suitable for feeding the roots, so it takes time to settle.

  • In spring, planting is carried out before bud germination.
  • When planting, the seedlings should not be deeply buried, this can lead to rotting.
  • After planting, the plants are cut off, leaving about 30 cm above the ground.
  • After planting, the seedlings must be watered daily until they are completely engrafted. This can take up to three weeks. Watering plantings is carried out at the rate of 1 bucket for two or three bushes.
  • The seedlings are watered and then mulched. For mulch, humus, compost, straw, manure or their mixtures are used. The thickness of the mulch layer should be five to six centimeters. Mulching and retains moisture in the soil and additionally nourishes the seedlings, helping to root and grow faster.

Top dressing

To achieve above average yields, raspberries still need to be fertilized.

mineral and organic fertilizers and wood ash. Of course, you shouldn't get carried away. Overfeeding will not lead to anything good, and the fruits will be more harmful than useful, watery and bloated, but tasteless.

  1. During the period of growth of shoots and vegetation of adult bushes - nitrogen fertilizers.
  2. During flowering - potash or potassium-phosphorus fertilizers.
  3. During the setting and ripening of berries fertilizing is not recommended.

In the spring, fertilizers such as Azofoska or Ekofoska are used, Kemira - 3 tablespoons per 10 liters of water. Solution consumption is one liter per bush. In addition, you can use organic matter - an infused solution of manure (1:10) or droppings (1:20) and wood ash.

After fruiting, phosphorus-potassium fertilizers are applied. For example, double superphosphate 2 tablespoons +1 tablespoon potassium salt in a bucket of water.

Nitrogen fertilizers that stimulate growth in the fall are not needed and even harmful, potassium-phosphorus fertilizers will strengthen the plant and help overwinter.

Pruning

This procedure is necessary for the Husar raspberry variety, as well as for other fruit shrubs, not only as a sanitary measure, but also for better fruiting, since excess shoots and shoots are removed and the plant does not waste its energy and resources on unnecessary growth.

  1. The first spring pruning is carried out in mid-May and June. During pruning, excess shoots are removed. If the height of the central shoot has reached one and a half meters, it is cut to a height of 1 meter.
  2. In July, lateral shoots are removed, without a top.This is necessary for the development of fruit buds instead of root suckers and an excessive amount of foliage. Root offspring are removed to the depth about 5 centimeters.

Watering

Despite the fact that the variety is unpretentious, nevertheless, for large yields, the most favorable conditions should be created for the raspberry plant. To obtain large yields and during the growth period, raspberries need regular watering. In addition to watering the seedlings described above, irrigation is also needed.

  1. The main one is carried out two or more times after the buds have blossomed.
  2. Two weeks after flowering and at the stage of berry pouring, a second one is carried out.

One of the most common irrigation methods for its effectiveness is sprinkling.

In addition, the frequency and intensity of irrigation is determined based on the climatic conditions of the region - on the amount and frequency of precipitation in a given area in the current season.

Garter

Raspberry bushes Gusar reach a large growth, and despite the strong central stem, they can tilt under the weight of ripening berries, therefore, after all, the variety needs garters.

There are two main ways to tie.

  1. Fan-shaped - part of the stems of one bush and part of the branches of the other are tied to the stakes driven in from both sides of the bush.
  2. Tapestry - stakes (4 pieces) are driven along the perimeter of the bushes, a strong rope (or thick wire) is pulled through the stakes, in several rows. Raspberry branches are tied to the rows of rope as they grow from lower to upper.

Spraying

Despite the resistance to diseases and pests, some gardeners still recommend using insect spraying in order to maximize the safety of plants and create the most comfortable conditions.

Spraying is carried out before the beginning of flowering - with solutions of insectofungicides. After flowering, it is recommended to use vegetable insecticides.

Reproduction

For propagation of raspberries Gusar, the cuttings method is used. To do this, take fresh shoots without their own root system, offspring. The shoot height must be at least three centimeters, the offspring must have at least three developed leaves.

Cuttings are collected in bunches of up to 9 pieces. Then they need to be treated with a growth stimulant and placed in a substrate from a mixture of soil, peat and humus.

The substrate mixture must always be moist.

The roots are formed in three weeks, after that after 10 days, the seedlings can be planted in the ground. It is best to plant in cloudy weather, or, if this is not possible, for the first two weeks, slightly shade the planting of young animals from the scorching sun.

It is necessary to ensure regular watering.

After about two weeks, rooting will take place and the cuttings will grow. By the end of the season, they will be able to achieve a commercial (or technical planting) growth of half a meter.


Characteristics of the variety

The developed variety turned out to be extremely resistant to frost and diseases typical for berry crops. After selective withdrawal, the bushes are sprawling, powerful and tall. The foliage is large, with moderately sharp teeth at the edges. The leaves are dark green, wrinkled to the touch, slightly twisted. The foliage is sparse at the base, but large and sinks to the ground.

One Hussar bush has up to 8 branches. In growth, the shrub is up to 2-2.5 m. For the first year, raspberries are tied up, for the second no garter is needed, the stem is already strong, erect.

Drought resistance, frost resistance

In the northern regions of the country, according to consumer reviews, the majority of gardeners choose Gusar raspberries. It copes well with temperature changes, quickly adapts, and the acclimatization process takes place without losing bushes.

However, with a negligent attitude towards raspberries in the winter, the plant dies. When the winter is without snow, as is usually the case in the southern regions, raspberries thrive at sub-zero temperatures of 30 ° C. In the northern regions, raspberries overwinter under snowdrifts, but they die at temperatures of -45 ° C.

The summer period is not as terrible for the plant as the winter one. Even in drought conditions, the plant can survive if it is watered more frequently. The optimum temperature of the transferred heat is + 50 ° С. Thermal conditions exceeding the permissible limit will dry out the plant.

Productivity and fruiting

Due to the remontability of the variety, the harvest from one bush is collected in the size of 4-6 kg. Hussar begins to bear fruit from late May to late autumn. The repairability of the variety is also a minus of raspberries. Full yield in the first year does not guarantee that re-harvesting will be as profitable. The berries do not crumble.

The berries taste sweet and sour. Tasters rate the taste of Gusar at 4.3 points on a five-point scale. Watering raspberries with plenty of water will make the berries watery and sour. Raspberries are well removed from the stalks. Up to 30 g can be harvested from one branch. The piquant taste of berries provides the content of:

  • sugar at 10%
  • acids 2%
  • vitamin C.

Scope of the fruit

All varieties of raspberries are good for the human body. Raspberries are 80% water, carbohydrates, fiber, lipids. Due to the content of useful components, it is used to treat the human body and just for food. In the cooking area, raspberries in the form of jam are closed in jars for the winter. For jam, berries of a bright ruby ​​color are chosen.

In the medical field, raspberries are more beneficial than in cooking. The berry extract is used for medicines, ointments. Raspberry compote is useful for colds and flu. When consumed in the usual form, the berries promote sweating, relieve fever. The ascorbic acid contained in raspberries is recommended for patients with anemia.

The berries are dense in consistency, so they can be transported in small boxes. In boxes of large volume, the berries will lose their presentation. You can store the crop from +24 ° C to -20 ° C in a refrigerator or refrigerator throughout the winter in frozen form. When defrosting, taste and vitamins remain, the berries become soft. In the pantry, raspberries are stored for up to 2 days.

Disease and pest resistance

The plant is resistant to chlorosis, late blight of the root system. These diseases are the most common for raspberries, but Hussar is immune to them. From improper adherence to agricultural techniques for planting or growing, the plant will not die, but it will give less harvest. Neighborhood with blackberry crops will suppress the growth of raspberries.

Advantages and disadvantages of the variety

From the reviews, the Gusar raspberry variety has the following advantages:

  1. Unpretentiousness. You don't need to have deep knowledge of agronomy to plant and grow Gusar raspberries.
  2. Harvest. For the entire period of its life, raspberries give a stable level of yield.
  3. Acclimatization. Raspberries of this variety develop well in any region of the country due to their resistance to temperature extremes and acclimatization.
  4. Versatility. Berries are used to make compotes, preserves, jams.
  5. Growing scale. The variety is transportable over long distances. Growing on a large scale is a lucrative business.

In addition to the positive aspects, gardeners note unpleasant moments when growing:

  • large space is required for planting. Due to bushiness, the distance between the rows of planted raspberries reaches 1.5 m
  • icing of the roots in the second year of cultivation
  • you need to tie up raspberries in 3 places, which is harmful by limiting the space for the growth of bushes.


Description of the plant. From the descriptions of gardeners and owners of large farmlands, it follows that growing Gusar raspberries is a minimum of hassle. Firstly, it is frost-resistant and can tolerate a prolonged drop in temperature to -40 ° C without consequences. Secondly, this variety is resistant to heat and drought, grows well even on poor soils.

Raspberry bush Gusar grows high - more than 2 meters. However, at the same time, according to reviews, there is no need to tie it up - the bush is so strong that even gusts of wind will not break it. There are practically no thorns on the branches. The growth is very slow.

In the photo there are large berries of raspberry Gusar

Description of berries. Raspberry Gusar is famous for its large cone-shaped berries. You can see them in the photo. If there are not too many berries, then their average weight is about 12 g. If the bush is densely covered with fruits, then the weight of each berry is reduced to 5-6 g. The color of the berries is dark red, and the taste, as the reviews say, is not sweet enough, with pronounced sourness. Raspberry hussar is rich in vitamins C, K and group B.

Ripening dates and productivity. In the description, the Gusar raspberry variety acts as a mid-early one. Naturally, the ripening time varies depending on the growing area. Raspberry Gusar has a high yield even in the most unfavorable season. The only thing that can be affected is the taste of the berries. The real indicators of the yield of this variety can be taken from the reviews of those who dealt with it. So, gardeners note that in an unfavorable summer they manage to collect about 4 kg from a bush, and under ideal conditions - 5-6 kg. The composition of the soil also affects the yield of raspberries - it should be light, non-acidic, flood-free and well-fertilized.

In the photo, the raspberry variety Gusar

Planting raspberry hussar

Raspberries of any variety love sunny locations and neutral soil. In the reviews, experienced gardeners note that in case of strong winds, the bushes should be fenced. That is why raspberries can often be seen near the fence. To reduce the likelihood of pests breeding in raspberries, gardeners avoid planting them in areas where potatoes, carrots, eggplant or strawberries have recently grown.

To get strong and healthy raspberry bushes, as in the photo, you must follow some planting rules:

• Ash or lime is added to the selected area before planting.
• For a couple of hours, the seedlings are soaked in water.
• Leave a distance of at least 70 cm between individual seedlings - only in this way they will receive a sufficient amount of nutrients.
• Fertilizer is poured at the bottom of the hole and be sure to sprinkle it with soil to avoid direct contact with the roots.
• Next, water is poured into the recess.
• Immediately after planting, each seedling should be watered again.

Raspberry seedlings are commonly planted using one of two popular methods:

Description of the trenching method. In this case, trenches with a depth of 20 cm are prepared, fertilizer is poured into them, sprinkled with earth, watered and the roots of the seedlings are placed. Then sprinkle with earth, ram and water again.

Description of the artisanal method. Those who prefer this method of planting raspberries Gusar dig large holes - 50x50 cm. A distance of one or one and a half meters is kept between them. Fertilizer is poured into each of them, a sufficient amount of water is poured and 10-15 seedlings are placed.

Proper care is the key to a rich harvest

Now you have an idea of ​​the Gusar raspberry - the description of the variety, photos and reviews introduced you to it. However, it takes a little work to get a really good harvest. What should not be forgotten in order to get an abundance of the same beautiful berries as in the photo?

Watering and loosening. With a lack of moisture, the yield of Gusar raspberries decreases, and with an excess, acid prevails in the taste. In view of this, watering should be carried out correctly. Make sure that water does not stagnate in the ground. Due to the regular loosening of the soil, moisture remains longer in hot periods and evaporates more quickly during heavy rains.
Pruning... Pruning of raspberry bushes Hussar should be done without fail. The first time this should happen in early spring. All shoots that have been damaged during the winter are cut off and the rest are shortened to the first living bud. The second pruning consists in cutting off the shoots that have just matured. To stimulate the formation of a large number of lateral shoots, the top of the Hussar raspberry bush is cut at a level of 1.5 cm. If the bush grows too large, a radical haircut is performed.
Garter. Since the raspberry hussar has strong branches, it is not necessary to tie it up. However, judging by the reviews of experienced gardeners, this agrotechnical technique will not be superfluous during the period of abundant fruiting. They use a variety of methods of garters that will provide the aesthetic appearance of the bushes.
Shelter for the winter. Yes, raspberries of the Gusar variety show excellent resistance in severe frosts, but in the descriptions of gardeners, stories sometimes appear about how raspberries have suffered due to the formation of an ice crust on the branches. To prevent this from happening, you need to bend the bushes to the ground for the winter and cover with spruce branches. If possible, planting raspberries in winter is abundantly sprinkled with snow.

Gardeners note in reviews that raspberry Gusar bears fruit well, easily tolerates frost and drought. Due to the fact that the rumor about this wonderful variety continues to spread, it appears on private land holdings more and more often. Raspberry Gusar: description of the variety, photos, reviews - we hope this topic was useful to you. Keep in mind that raspberries are rich in vitamins and can help fight colds. Therefore, there will never be much of it, and the Gusar variety will help you get a truly rich harvest!

Watch the video: The raspberries are now ripe. Gusar variety


Ailments and insects affecting raspberries

Raspberry Gusar, like any other garden crop, is exposed to various diseases and pests. Simple preventive measures will help to cope with the problem.

The most common diseases are:

  • Overgrowth - young seedlings are affected, the plant gives a large number of shoots that are collected in bunches. As a result, the branches stop early in growth and development. Diseased bushes need to be dug up and burned. As a preventive measure, pruning, including root pruning, should be carried out in a timely manner.
  • Yellow mosaic - yellow spots appear on the affected leaves, edges curl, shoots stop growing. When the disease spreads, the bush must be completely destroyed. For prevention, raspberries should be planted in a well-lit area.
  • Curliness - the shoots are shortened and curved, their growth stops, the leaves curl. Timely pruning of raspberries is a preventive measure.
  • Green mosaic - develops as a result of lack of sunlight, leaves curl downward, dark green spots appear on their surface.
    For treatment, you need to treat each bush with 1 liter of Fitoverm solution. To prevent the development of the disease, you need to plant the plant in an illuminated area without shading.

It can be affected by pests such as:

  • Raspberry weevil - the pest gnaws holes in the surface of leaves and flowers. Gradually, the leaves dry out completely.
  • Raspberry beetle - almost the entire crop is destroyed, both leaves and fruits are damaged.
  • Raspberry gnat - larvae can be seen on the bark of the stems, after which the pest gnaws a hole in the center of the branches. The branch dries up quickly.
  • Raspberry moth - adult plants suffer. The appearance of larvae is the first sign of a pest.

As a prophylaxis against insect pests, periodically dig the ground under the bushes, do not forget to remove weeds on the site in time.

Raspberries should be planted in open areas with good lighting. Do not forget about the need for regular watering of the raspberry tree.


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