The currant bush was completely removed under the root. Are young shoots possible next year?
Tell me, is the root itself intact? If not, then it's okay. We also rejuvenate spring currant bushes, cutting them to the ground. By the fall, new, young shoots grow. I leave the strongest of them, I remove the rest so that the bush does not unnecessarily thicken (especially in the middle). And so that the berries are larger, after picking the berries, you need to pinch the main branches of the currant bush on 1-2 leaves. Of course, the root must be fertilized and it will delight the crop for next year.