26/02/2014 at 13:16
How long are the canes you have Michael?
If they are long, do any of the canes have the remains of last year's fruit clusters and calyces on them, or are they 'new canes'?
I would cut down to ground level any cane with the remains of fruiting spurs/calyces on them. If that is all of the canes then you are likely to be in possession of an autumn-fruiting variety.
If that is only some of them or none of them, then the variety is likely to be summer-fruiting.
Does that make sense - I know what I mean