April 12, 2013
ISU Extension and Outreach publication # PM0717 has been revised and re-released with updated information on cultivars, planting options, mulching, disease and insect control, harvesting, and winte
Raspberries are a favorite of many home gardeners. The fruit can be eaten fresh or processed into jam, jelly, or juice. Surplus fruit can also be frozen.
Have you missed us? With the growing season fast approaching we will be better about sending updates on the disease and insect problems we are seeing in the Clinic.
The first samples to come in through the clinic at the beginning of the season are generally conifers and evergreens.