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Repair raspberries have been recognized by many domestic gardeners and are cultivated in most regions of our country. Repairing raspberries for Siberia are especially interesting, where the soil and climatic conditions are quite complicated and getting a rich harvest can be very difficult.
Repair raspberry combines several types at once. In recent years, growing attention has been paid to the cultivation of such varieties, due to some features and positive characteristics of remont raspberries:
It should be remembered that even very good and promising repair varieties will not be able to form a full and high yield with insufficient care or violation of agricultural technology. It is also necessary to carefully consider the choice of variety and give preference only to the best and zoned varieties adapted to the soil and climatic conditions in the cultivation region.
Siberia is characterized by a significant increase in climate continentality and the repeated return of cold weather in the spring, which requires the choice of only the most resistant to adverse weather conditions varieties of berry culture. Of particular interest from the point of view of home gardening is large-fruited raspberry of repair varieties.
|Grade name||Botanical Description||Berry characteristic||Varietal advantages and disadvantages|
|"Indian summer"||Spreading bushes, medium size, 1.8-2 m high, with highly branched and straight shoots, each of which is about 14-17 laterals||Dark raspberry, good taste, with unexpressed aroma and delicate sweet and sour flesh||Late repairing variety with frost resistance up to -24 ° С and productivity of 3.0-3.5 kg per plant|
|"Monomakh hat"||A bush up to one and a half meters, consisting of five powerful, drooping shoots with spikes at the base||Very large sizes and rich purple color, with a pronounced aroma||Late repairing variety with frost resistance up to -25 ° C and a yield of 4.0-4.2 kg per plant|
|Hercules||Plant 1.5-2 m tall, slightly spreading with slight shoot formation and powerful shoots||Large, pleasant sweet and sour taste, with a pronounced aroma, transportable||Medium maintenance grade with frost resistance up to -23 ° С and productivity of 3 kg per plant|
|"Bryansk divo"||The bush is powerful and slightly spreading, with thick prickly shoots and a wax coating on the side branches||Very large, elongated-conical, with uniform red drupes, sweet and sour||Mid-late repairing variety with frost resistance up to -24 ° С and productivity of 2.5-3.0 kg per plant|
|Inaccessible||Medium vigor, up to one and a half meters high, with well-developed substitution shoots and large leaves||Sizes above average, bright scarlet color, with a pleasant aroma and delicate taste||Early repairing variety with frost resistance up to -24 ° С and productivity of 3.0 kg per plant|
|Chief||The plant is low, not prone to lodging, with a weak thorn and a small amount of overgrowth||Large, dark red, rounded in shape, with excellent taste||The average maintenance grade with frost resistance up to -23 ° C and a yield of 2.5-3.2 kg per plant|
|Kalashnik||Tall bush up to 2 m tall, sprawling and powerful, with good shoot formation ability||Round or obtuse, dark red, sweet, with a shiny surface||Mid-late repairing variety with frost resistance up to -24 ° С and productivity of 2.5-3.0 kg per plant|
|"Gift of Siberia"||Spreading, powerful and strong plant up to 2.8 m high with short spikes along the entire length of the shoot||Bright cream staining, with slight pubescence, attractive hemispherical shape||The average repairing variety with frost resistance up to -23 ° C and a yield of 4.3 kg per plant|
Remontance is the ability of a berry culture to continuously bear fruit throughout the growing season. Repairing raspberry varieties form a crop not only on biennial, but also on annual shoots. Such high productivity requires strict observance of the rules for choosing a site for growing and planting technology for a permanent place:
When planting most of the repairing raspberry varieties, it is recommended to keep the distance between rows of 1.5-2.5 m with an interval between plants in a row of 0.7-0.9 m. Plants need to be planted at the same depth at which they were grown in the nursery , or deepening by a few centimeters, which will allow the root system to remain at the optimum depth after the soil has been sedimented. In the Siberian region, it is desirable to carry out spring planting of seedlings of berry culture, which allows plants to take root well before winter frosts.
It is advisable to cultivate repairing raspberry varieties in Siberia according to standard technology, providing berry plantings with care that allows the plant to bear fruit abundantly for a long time:
It should be remembered that when determining planting dates and developing a scheme for caring for plantations of remont raspberries, weather conditions are required, and the harsh Siberian climate and late frosts often shift planting dates established by growing technology until mid-summer.