Kwanza is preferably grown in substrate and is very suitable for double cropping, which entails raspberry picking in autumn and in spring. Limitation of the number of canes per linear meter, creates an open crop with large fruit that allows quickly picking. An excellent yield is the result. Important advice is to leave the plants fairly dry at night, which can be managed by stopping watering in the afternoon in a timely manner. Compared to other varieties, Kwanza requires more calcium and less potassium, especially in the period up to harvest.