The following plants will crop better next year once thinned out:
· Summer-fruiting raspberries
How to do it: prune summer-fruiting raspberries after they have fruited – prune out the fruited stems. In the cooler months, prune blackcurrants, gooseberries and redcurrants. Prune out the fruited stems of blackcurrants and gooseberries. Cut thecurrent season's growth of redcurrants right back, down to a pair of buds from the base. Blackcurrants, gooseberries, redcurrants and autumn-fruiting raspberries can also be pruned in winter. You could also use loppers.