march, 2021

04mar12:00 pm1:00 pmSpring Symposium - A Virtual Gardening Series: How to Plant and Build a Trellis for Raspberries12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST


Event Details

Thursday (March 4) 12 pm PST- Annie Klodd

How to Plant and Build a Trellis for Raspberries

Raspberries are a rewarding crop to include in your garden, and are quick to establish! Raspberries start producing fruit in their first or second season, are highly productive, support pollinators until mid-fall, and can be grown in small spaces and along the edges of your lawn. Building a trellis for raspberries will help support their long canes and produce more healthy fruit. This presentation will show how to plant a raspberry patch, select varieties, and build a wire trellis to support your raspberries.

Annie Klodd is a statewide Extension Educator for fruit and vegetable production at the University of Minnesota. She works with farmers and gardeners across the state to deliver research-based guidance on growing fruit and vegetable crops. She manages the UMN Extension Fruit and Vegetable Newsletter and co-hosts the UMN fruit and vegetable podcast called “What’s Killing My Kale?” Annie grew up on a vineyard in Iowa and holds a Masters degree in Plant Biology from Penn State University.

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(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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