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    THE RASPBERRY

    This fruit if well tended will prove full as productive and profitable as the Strawberry, and the care in tending it is about the same. It is a little more trouble in starting, but will last much longer without renewing. No definite rule can be given in regard to the number of years that Raspberries will bear without renewing. From ten to fifteen years, if well tended, is the general average.SFCC 11.1

    Many varieties are too tender to withstand the rigor of northern winter without extra care and attention. Among these are the Antwerp varieties, and the common red and white Raspberry.SFCC 11.2

    The Black Raspberry and its varieties seem to be more hardy. What is said in the following pages has reference to these varieties.SFCC 11.3

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