Utah State University Extension
Summer-bearing raspberry plants are typically well-suited to Utah as they bloom and bear fruit during mid-summer, allowing plants to reach their full yield potential before the first fall freeze. Important characteristics to consider in selecting summer-bearing cultivars are winter hardiness, yield, and fruit quality, including sunburn resistance and resistance to common insects and diseases. This fact sheet discusses two different research trials that were conducted from 2008 to 2015 in Kaysville, Utah to evaluate the suitability of twenty-one different summer-bearing cultivars to northern Utah.
Hansen, Sheriden M.; Black, Brent; Alston, Diane G.; Maughan, Tiffany; and Hefelbower, Rick, "Selecting Summer-Bearing Raspberry Cultivars for Northern Utah" (2020). All Current Publications. Paper 2148.