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No fruit on loganberries

Loganberries planted in good soil and growing very well on 4ft south-facing wall for 3 years producing abundant growth and flowers but not one fruit. I dont over-feed them. Have no problem with raspberries. hugha, Kilcoole, Co Wicklow Posted: 12/06/2017

Loganberries can be slow to fruit, but that seems too long. Perhaps just too rich.

They carry fruit on the previous year's shoots, so this year's new shoots should flower next year.

 

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