Raspberries, blackberries, and everything in between... There are many bramble varieties to choose from, and this workshop will go over the major characteristics that can help you decide which brambles are right for you. Join Cornell Small Fruits Specialist Anya Osatuke who will review the biology, care, and quirks of different bramble crops. The Tuesday evening Zoom class will guide you through site requirements, choosing the right varieties for your needs, and how to prune a planting to maximize plant health and fruit production. We will review symptoms and treatment options for several bramble diseases. The Saturday workshop will offer a tour of a raspberry planting and review pruning and trellising methods. Join for one or both classes.
About the Instructor: Anya Osatuke is the Western New York Small Fruits Extension Specialist working with Harvest New York and the New York State Berry Growers Association. For her Masters degree, Anya researched strawberries with Dr. Marvin Pritts at Cornell University. Anya grew up gardening and foraging and loves to discuss native and invasive edibles in the landscape.
Class Recording: All Zoom classes are recorded so if you cannot make the live class, you can watch the video however only participants who have registered in advance for the class will have access to the video recording which is sent 48 hours later to registrants. Register and pay below.
Our goal is to help our areas gardeners have access to this knowledge, free from financial barriers. We have several scholarship spots in each class. If you would like a scholarship spot, please reach out to Maria Christian at firstname.lastname@example.org
CCE Tompkins is offering this class in cooperation with CCE Madison County.
$0-$40/person self-determined sliding scale
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Last updated March 18, 2022