Once you have harvested the fruits from the old stems, cut those stems back to.
Feb 19, The trick to pruning Loganberries, which is a hybrid of a blackberry and a raspberry, is to keep every other shoot growing longer and the rest shorter to enc. Loganberries produce best on 1 year old canes. Do not prune the bush for the first year after it is planted. In subsequent years, as soon as harvesting has finished, cut down the 2 year old canes to ground level and tie in the new canes which will have grown during the summer.
Prune the new canes back to approximately 20cm/8 inches high. Specialties: Tree trimming, lawn service. Jul 14, Leave between 10 to 12 new canes (this season's growth) per plant that will bear next season’s fruit. Trim the new canes back to approximately 20 cm (8 inches) in height.
This will boost growth of next year’s new shoots and improve your loganberry crop. Watch for disease or die back during the growing season. Harvest and Storage A loganberry bush that has been pruned down to about 10 canes will produce 10 or more pounds of fruit each year. The berries will turn a deep red or purple when they are ripe, usually around late summer.
Unlike raspberries, loganberries do not pull free of their “core” when you pick them off the bush. Feb 06, They will fruit on the canes which grew last season so no pruning needed yet. Once they finish fruiting later this year, cut each cane which produced fruit right back to the ground.
Then tie the new canes (which will have appeared from below ground) into the framework as. Prune the existing shoots/canes to about 22cm (9 inches) Immediately add a large, strong support system to keep the rampant canes under control. The fruit develops on one-year-old canes (shoots). Tie the shoots to wires to keep them easy to crop, to make pruning easier and to ensure a good flow of air around the fruit.
Timing is the key to pruning deciduous shrub. For lush growth, spring flowering shrubs require trimming as soon as the blooms fade. Do not leave a stud; make the cut as cleanly as possible against the remaining branch, on younger shrubs, prune branches back to non-flowering shoots or back to healthy buds pointing in the direction you want the shrub to grow.