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You have not seen generally as much to say, currants raspberries, cherries or strawberries – and yet they have a wonderful taste and the effect on the palate – so if you have space – to give them a go.
There are many varieties of currants to try, from the small, sweet yellow fruit to those who produce the main types of dessert red.
Try more than one type of these two types of desserts and culinary prolong the harvest period.
The plants grow between three to five meters high and can be tightly controlled domed with thorny branches. This means a cut branches on the inside of increasingly allow good air circulation and sunlight.
In winter, remove all branches growing inward and dead or diseased canes. Also fine balance, if they appear to be overcrowded. Back to the beginning. Cut back all new growth to about half.
As with Rose, the center holds open for air movement and sunlight, helps the plant healthy and allows a better resistance to diseases, especially fungal problems.
Currants are often long term and as most fruits well drained, friable soil and compost and mulch prefer. Add well-rotted manure into the compost. Mulch is important because they prefer cool, moist earth.
Plant your rods a little deeper than they were before and about 3 meters away. If you have more than one line – to hold about 6 feet between rows.
Prune in late winter or early spring during the dormant plants.
Mainly currant fruit on old wood (2-3 years), have a bit of all ages (1, 2, 3 years) to receive a regular renewal of the fruiting bodies of wood.
You may need to as the power of love birds than currants!