Gooseberries are one of the classics of the berry garden. Actually, they would have tremendous potential as fruits: they still represent the bush berry fruits that have the largest fruits – more bite, more juice, more flavour is not possible. But the historical and far too mildew-prone varieties, the mildew itself, the thorns as well as the antiquated image still hinder this fruit species. Here in the Gardener’s Radio podcast we would like to highlight the most important aspects of gooseberry production.
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Audio: Gardener’s talk - How to produce gooseberries in containers?
Video: Gardener’s talk - How to produce gooseberries in containers?
- How important are gooseberries in the marketplace?
- How important are gooseberries to Lubera Edibles?
- Which gooseberry young plants are there?
- When should which plants be potted and with which pot size?
- Powdery mildew and leaf drop disease
- The longest day!
- How many times should the plants be cut back?
- How can plants be produced so that they are still beautiful in the summer?