Quick notes on pruning our stuff

For my own reference really, some notes on the pruning requirements of the various fruit plants we've got, collected from various sources across the net and summarised here for later this year.

Blackberries

Prune during winter
Cut back any stems that fruited this year, to the ground. Next years fruit will come from this years shoots (so get them lashed to some support)

Blackcurrents

Planting: Dig in lots of manure
Spread: 4 ft
Prune the blackcurrant back to a couple of buds only

Raspberries
Varaties:
- Tulameen (1x)
Note: Floricane (summer-fruiting) - fruit on previous year's canes;
Prune: Cut out old fruited woody; leave up to 8 new canes
[source: http://www.ashridgetrees.co.uk/Pruning-Raspberries-Summer-Fruiting ]

- Joan J
Note: Late Primocane (july-august) - fruits on the current year's canes;
Prune: After fruiting, cut the fruiting canes down to ground level; Remove suckers

- Glen Moy
Note: Floricane (summer-fruiting) - fruit on previous year's canes;
Prune: Cut out old fruited woody; leave up to 8 new canes
[ source: http://www.unwins.co.uk/raspberry-glen-moy-canes-extra-early-floricane-p... ]

- All varieties
Other: High potash feed useful, avoid high nitrogren feeds; occasional soaking better than little-and-often (to avoid shallow root growth)

Loganberry
Fruits July - September
Old canes die after 2 years, remove
Fruits on new seasons canes
Prune: March, to 15cm above ground
Propagate: Root tips of canes (as blackberries)