|Next season disease prevention|
|Providing the necessary macro and micronutrients. Improving the quality and transportability of berries|
|Regulation of pollination and flowering processes. Fungicide effect. Improvement of berries quality|
|Green tip||After flowering||After the first harvesting||After the second wave of blooming||After harvesting|
Raspberries - perennial bush berry culture that grown in two forms: ordinary and remontant. Culture forms a fairly powerful vegetative mass and berry harvest, and therefore requires a serious approach to fertilizer systems. Raspberries is best grown on soils with a weakly acidic and neutral reaction. Soils with pH 5 and below before planting raspberries must be limy. Culture is well responsive to the introduction of organic fertilizers, including siderates (green manure) grown in intermediate rows. Mineral fertilizers is advisable to add to the rows. Phosphate and potassium fertilizers are better to apply from autumn, and nitrogen fertilizers at the beginning of the restoration of vegetation, microfertilizers - by the foliar feeding in the key phases of development.