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Flowers, But No Fruit on Raspberry Plants

For the past two years my fall raspberries have flowered but failed to bear fruit.

Prune fall bearing raspberries back to ground level each fall or winter after the plants go dormant. This eliminates the summer crop but will give you a bigger and earlier fall crop. Earlier flowering gives the fruit plenty of time to develop and ripen. Poor weather that interferes with pollination can also result in poor or no fruit set. Adjust pruning and hope for good weather.

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