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Raspberry Root Stock - The Cheapest Way to Grow Raspberries
Raspberry Root Stock - The Cheapest Way to Grow Raspberries

Raspberry Root Stock - The Cheapest Way to Grow Raspberries

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  • Certified Disease & Virus Free Dormant Rootstock
  • The Cheapest & Most Economical Way to Grow Raspberries
  • Detailed Planting and Care Instructions Included.

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Quantity - The More You Buy The Cheaper They Get!
8oz Heritage Rootstock-Plants 20' row [+$18.00]
1lb Heritage Rootstock - Plants 40' row [+$28.00]
8oz Anne Golden Rootstock-Plants 20' row [+$18.00]
1lb Anne Golden Rootstock - Plants 40' row [+$28.00]
8oz Joan J Rootstock-Plants 20' row [+$18.00]
1lb Joan J Rootstock - Plants 40' row [+$28.00]
8 oz of Autumn Britten Rootstock-Plants 20' row [+$18.00]
1 lb of Autumn Britten Rootstock - Plants 40' row [+$28.00]
8 oz Caroline Rootstock-Plants 20' row [+$18.00]
1 lb Caroline Rootstock - Plant a 40' Row [+$28.00]

If you want the biggest bang for your buck, planting raspberries by rootstock is the cheapest way to go.  Rootstock is not the raspberry cane, but the root structure under the canes.  Rootstock will produce more canes at a fraction of the cost of stand alone canes.  As a result this is how commercial farmers establish their raspberry fields.  8oz of root stock will plant a 20 row of raspberries resulting in 20-30 (or more) canes in the 1st year.  1lb will produce a 40’ row and can produce 40-60 (or more) canes.  If you soil is too cold or wet, you can always plant the rootstock in containers.  Container plants should be ready for transplanting into the ground in 3-4 months.  If you plant rootstock in the spring, and manage them properly, you will get raspberries in the fall.  The key to growing raspberries from rootstock is patience and regular watering.   Just like our raspberry canes, our rootstock is Inspected and Certified by the state of Washington to be free of any virus and disease.  A strong Raspberry patch will last for at least 15 years, so it is worth the investment of buying certified plants.  Don’t waste your time/effort/money/garden space planting plants that have come from someone’s backyard as you don’t know if you are bringing any disease or virus that can affect your raspberries and other plants for years to come.


All rootstock comes with a detailed planting/care guide.   


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Retired
Somewhat skeptically, I ordered raspberry root stock from Boston Road Farm after several years of no luck keeping canes alive. Included with my order was a detailed list of planting instructions, which I followed carefully. It's now been about six weeks since I laid the roots into the ground and I couldn't be more pleased with the results: healthy shoots erupting about every foot along the rows so far. I live in a windy, dry area and have had to be religious about watering but with that and, I believe, the soil prep outlined in the included guide, I look forward to fresh raspberries next summer.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Ellensburg. on 8/19/2016
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Great root stock
We bought a few kinds of raspberry stock. So far we have had tremendous growth and I'm pretty sure every root bloomed. Extremely happy so far. Can't wait until they start to produce.
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Reviewed by:  from Yakima WA. on 8/13/2016
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