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Crimson seedless grapes

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Hayden starts with ...
Hi everyone, my crimson seedless grape vines are just starting to really take off. I bought them at bunnings a while ago and they just sat there for ages without doing anything so i am releved that they have finally taken off. They have put on about ten cm of growth and lots of leaves in the past two weeks alone! I have completly no idea on pruning so if anyone has any suggestions on how and when that would be great.
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Hayden.
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21st January 2011 11:32pm
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Pauline says...
It is normally done in winter when they have dropped their leaves. I believe they loose quite a bit of sap at other times of the year.
Where have you got them growing? Are you training them at all?
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22nd January 2011 9:34pm
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Hayden says...
I have them growing in pots and they are growing up wire that has been strung between two star pickets which are against colourbond fencing. They recieve alot of sun. What should i be doing to train them? One has just reached the first level of wire and the other has twisted a thing like a passionfruit grabby onny bit around the first level and it is continuing upwards.
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MandaB says...
I have the same one from Bunnings on a post and rail fence. Mine died right back and I had decided it was dead but it has come back to life and now is 2-3 feet tall and leafy. I also wondered how to train it. I was planning to use that as my excuse to visit a vineyard!
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Kire says...
I want to ask about some advise about growing Crimson. what kind of climate it need for growing. when the harvest is ? is it good for the market :)
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Usually grapes are trained as a single trunk up to chest height or face height, then a pair or pairs of branches run out horizontally so the fruit hangs under the foliage to prevent sunburn etc, but up off the ground to give plenty of air circulation and access to spray above and under the foliage to control pests/fungus.
In cooler climates the grapes need more sun on the bunches to ripen, in hotter climates more shade, in humid climates more air circulation etc
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kire says...
are there any clones which i can make a appropriate aggregate.
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