Posted: 21/07/2015 at 19:10
They fruit in summer on the growth they made the same year, so you cut them down in spring. Let them do their thing now.
Nope, that's Autumn fruiting types. Summer fruiting ones bear fruit on the canes which grew the previous year, so as soon as a cane has fruited, cut it down the the ground but leave the unfuited canes as those will bear next year's crop.