Anne Yellow Raspberry - Fall Everbearing

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RASP-ANNE
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1-24 $6.55
25-99 $5.30
100+ $3.15

 

 
$6.55
Overview

The fruit of this high yielding everbearing yellow raspberry is very large, super sweet and somewhat firmer than Fall Gold. Canes are semi-erect and the plant shows good disease resistance. Ripens at the same time as Heritage. Fruit is especially sweet in cooler temperatures. More heat tolerant than Fall Gold.

Hardiness Zone: 4 - 7 

 

ATTENTION: Cannot ship plants to the state of California. 

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YELLOWS - Yellow Raspberries are softer than red raspberries and don't ship well so they are hard to find in the grocery store. 

 

Fruit Planting Distance (1) Planting Distance (1) Interval from Planting to Fruiting Full Production Life of Plants Height of Mature Plants Est. Annual Yield
  Between Rows (ft) Between Plants (1) Years Years Years Feet Per Plant
Raspberries - Summer 6-8 1-2 1 3 8-15 4-5 1 1/2 qts
Raspberries - black / purple 6-8 24"-30" 1 3 8-10 4-5 1 qt.
Raspberries - Everbearing 8 2-3 1/2 2 8-15 4-5 1 qt.

(1) = Minimum suggested spacing. 

Brambles should be planted on deep, wll drained loamy sols. They can be grown on sandy soils if irrigated.

90% of the bramble root system is in the top 20 inches of the soil - so proper fertilizer and ample supply of water is important. Heavy or poorly drained soil should be avoided as bramble roots cannot tolerate a water saturated soil condition. Even areas that pond after it rains should be avoided. Your site should also receive full sun and have good air drainage.

Brambles should not be grown in an area in which tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, peppers or other crops susceptible to Verticillium wilt have been grown in the past 3-4 years.

To avoid getting diseases from wild brambles, all wild brambles within 600 feet of your planting should be removed. You should prepare your bramble site at least one year prior to planting. Work to build up organic matter and eliminate perennial weeds.

A pH of 5.5 to 6.5 is desirable and the pH should not be below 5.5 or above 7 as serious problems will arise. Contact a fertilizer supplier or your County Extension office for testing procedures and to dtermine the best way to amend your soil. 

Fall Bearing / Everbearing / Primocane 

Plant 2' to 3' apart. CUT CANE OFF AT GROUND LEVEL AT THE TIME OF PLANTING. Entire planting is cut back at ground level each fall or winter after plants are completely dormant and before any growth starts in the spring. Allow plants to sucker and keep rows about 18" wide. the roots should only be covered with approximately 2" of soil. Be sure to press dirt fimly around the roots to prevent air pockets. If there are any wild brambles growing around or near your new planting, they should be dug up and destroyed to prevent the possibility of their carrying diseases. 

Apply 3-5 days after planting, use 1 cup per 10 feet of row, spread evenly with a 12" circle around the plant but no closer than 6" from the cane. 

2nd year apply 1/2 cup per 10 feet row in the spring when new growth starts and again after harvest. 

3rd year apply 3/4 cup per 10 feet of row in the spring when new growth starts and again after harvest. 

Ample amounts of water are needed for a healthy bramble planting, but never standing water. Newly planted plants should be watered well. Producing fields need up to two inches of water per week. This is especially true during fruit development and up to harvest. 

The use of mulch can help maintain and moderate fluctuations in available moisture but may increase your chances of developing root disease. Therefore, we do not reommend using mulch after the first year. 

Fall Everbearing / Primocane Bearing Raspberries: 

To prune Primocane bearing raspberries for a single, late-season crop simply cut them back to the ground each year in late winter or early spring. It is important to cut canes as close to the ground as possible so that new buds will break from below the soil surface. If canes are not cut low enough, fruiting laterals may form on any remaining cane portion, these fruiting laterals may form on any remaining cane portion. These fruiting laterals are not healthy and are entry sites for insects and disease. While these varieties can produce fruit twice a year, July and again in the fall but the small crop does not justify the added labot invoived to do two crops a year. 

Where good sanitation is used (old fruited and infected canes are removed from the field). Anthracnose may not be a problem, especially on red raspberries. Where cane diseases are a problem, primarily black and purple raspberries. 

Lime sulfur is very imporant, lime sulfur is recommended for use on brambles as a delayed-dormant application in early spring when buds shown 1/4-inch green. If applied later in the season after 1/4-inch green, it can cause severe damage to leaves and yound canes. Lime sulfur is recommended for control of the cane-infecting fungi (anthracnose, cane blight, and spur blight). 

The delayed dormatn application in spring is intended to eliminate or reduce the overwintering inoculums for these diseases on canes. Lime sulfur has a bad smell (rotten eggs) so there can be a problem spraying it around your neighbors. In addition, lime sulfur is very causitc, it is harmful to machine parts, paint (specially on cars) and sprayers. Special care should be taken to avoid drift and proper protective clothing should be worn by the applicator. 

  Berry Variety  Fruiting Season  Flavor  Berry Size  Phytophthora Resistance Zones 
Summer Red  Boyne  1 Good  4 3-7
Summer Red  Canby  1 Very Good  M-L  2 4-8
Summer Red  Encore  4 Very Good  M-L 2 4-7
Summer Red  Killarney  2 Good  M-L 1 4-7
Summer Red  K81-6 3 Very Good  VL Unknown  4-8
Summer Red  Nova  3 Excellent  M-L 2 3-8
Summer Red  Prelude  1 Excellent  1 4-8
Fall Red  Caroline  Excellent  VL  2 4-7
Fall Red  Crimson Night  3 Excellent  M-L  1 4-8
Fall Red  Heritage  4 Very Good  3 4-8
Fall Red  Joan J  1 Very Good  Unknown  4-8
Fall Red Nantahala  4 Excellent  Unknown  6-10
Fall Red  Polana  1 Very Good  Unknown  3-8
Black  Bristol  1 Very Good  1 5-8
Black  Jewel  2 Good  VL  1 5-8
Black  Mac Black  3 Good  2 5-8
Purple  Royalty  2 Very Good  VL  2 4-8
Purple  Brandywine  2 Good  2 4-8
Yellow  Anne (Fall)  Excellent  1 4-7
Yellow  Fall Gold (Fall)  Excellent  M-L  4-8
Yellow  Double Gold (Fall)  Excellent  1 5-8

Fruiting Season: 1 = Earliest, 4 = Latest

Berry Size: S = Small, M = Medium, L = Large, VL = Very Large

Phytophthora Resistance: 1 = Most, 5 = Least 

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