This section is from the book "Commercial Gardening Vol3", by John Weathers (the Editor). Also available from Amazon: Commercial Gardening, A Practical & Scientific Treatise For Market Gardeners.
The demand for this fruit is not yet great, and the supply corresponds. A few are grown at Evesham and Pershore. These are trained to lightly strained horizontal wires, the top wire being about 6 ft. from the ground - higher rather than lower; and the rows are about 6 ft. apart when the Loganberries are kept together. But being a plant of very free growth it pays to keep the rows a good distance apart, and to have another crop between them. Mr. J. F. Hooper, Pershore, is one of the largest growers in the district. This fruit is also very largely grown by Mr. Paget-Norbury, at Malvern, and Mr. J. W. Best, of Suckley. Mr. Norbury arranges his wires in a special way for the Loganberry.