Questions about transplanting raspberries, battling armyworms or adding mulch? Ask an OSU expert (Oregonian)

Questions about transplanting raspberries, battling armyworms or adding mulch? Ask an OSU expert (Oregonian)
All that said, if you are planning to transplant what you have, which is a so-called ever-bearing raspberry by the description, if you get enough roots then you will get an autumn crop. You would need to move longer floricanes (1-year-old canes) to get the normal summer crop, but this is not likely going to work as they are too far along now. In any case, the plants will survive, naturally they will need very careful watering.– Neil Bell, Extension community horticulturist