The common method de propagation in red raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.) is through root suckers or by root cuttings, which it has the disadvantage of spreading some existent diseases in the soil, like the “crown gail” produced by the bacteria (Agrobacterium tumefasciens), for that reason it was attempted to prove a method of propagation with aerial cuttings of the plant. Utilizing nodal and terminal cuttings of the cv. Heritage, they were treated with the potassium salt of indolbutiric acid (KIBA), applying; 0, 125, 500 mg•liter-1, with the method of immersion in solution. The treatments were distributed in four random blocks on propagation beds, protected with transparent plastic, using a system of intermittent mist, with a substrate of perlite, under conditions of glasshouse. The results were evaluated after 45 days, having like better treatments: the combination of normal cuttings with 250 mg•liter-1 of KIBA, giving 37.5 % of rooting and 70 % of live cuttings, the second better treatment was normal cutting + 500 mg•liter-1 of KIBA giving; 22.5 % of rooting and 70% of live cutting, the third better treatment was normal cuttings + 125 mg•liter-1 of KIBA with 17.5 % of rooting and 65 % of live cuttings.