Drive 2.5m (8ft) long and 75mm (3in) diameter posts into the ground to a depth of 75cm (30in) at 5m (15ft) intervals. Attach two short horizontal lengths of timber to each post, one at the top, and one 60cm (2ft) below. Stretch 12 gauge (3.5mm) galvanized wire in parallel lines along the ends of the horizontal lengths of timber to create two parallel lengths of wire along the fence. Stretch thin wire or garden twine between the parallel galvanized wires as cross ties, every 60cm (2ft) along. The late raspberry canes do not need tying in, as they will be supported by the parallel wires and cross ties.
Our raspberries are the early R. 'Malling Minerva', the main crop 'Glen Fyne' and the late R. 'Brice', left, we expect to get some fruit from Brice this year, but the first two are there this year to get established.