How to Control Raspberry Fruitworms

Raspberry Fruitworms (Butyrus) feeding on berries close up macro shot.

Raspberry fruitworms eat the leaves of raspberries and blackberries, and their larvae infest the fruit. Since this can lead to a very unpleasant surprise for consumers, it is fortunate that there is a range of control options. Gardener’s Path will train you how to monitor your populations of these pests and control them.

How to Grow Raspberries: Enjoy Berries for Years to Come

Closely cropped extreme closeup of four red raspberries growing on a plant with green leaves, and a green and brown background in soft focus.

Are you intimidated by the idea of growing fruit? Don’t be – raspberries are easy-to-grow perennials that will thrive throughout most of the US. With a bit of pruning, they’re adaptable and come back year after year, providing you with delicious homegrown berries for years to come. Read more now on Gardener’s Path.

13 of the Best Raspberry Varieties to Grow in Your Garden (Zones 3-9)

Two ripe red raspberries are held at the end of a small cane. The shiny fruit is partially hidden by the green and yellow leaves with prominent veins throughout.

Raspberries mean summer’s here, and it’s time to grow your own. Whether you want to eat them fresh, bake them into a pie, or can homemade preserves, there’s something for everyone. To find the best everbearing or summer bearing cultivar for your growing zone, in a variety of colors, read more now on Gardener’s Path.