Standard trees – 8 – 10 m apart.
Bushes – 6 – 8 m apart, according to variety and
stocks used; on M.9, 4m apart; on M.27, 2 – 3m apart.
Cordons – 1 m (some plantings at 0.6 m have been
very successful, but the extra space reduces costs and eases management problems).
Trained trees – Horizontal -8m apart.
Bush trees -5m apart.
Cordons – 1 m apart.
Trained trees (fan shaped) -6m apart.
Standard trees and half-standards -6m apart.
Standard trees – approx. 10 – 15 m apart.
Trained trees (fan shaped) – approx. 6 m apart.
Black and redcurrants and gooseberries
Bushes up to approx. 2 m apart. Under field conditions blackcurrants may be planted 3.3 x 1.3 m.
Cordons – 0.5 m apart (redcurrants and gooseberries).
In rows 0.8 x 0.5 m apart from plant to plant in the rows, according to conditions and variety.
Loganberries and blackberries
In rows 2 m apart and 5 m from plant to plant.