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I purchased three grape vines from you guys a year ago. One Pink Iona and two cabernet sauvignon The grape vines were doing well until winter came around, I pruned them back and transplanted them into pots. Now two have had no response in spring. They budded but nothing more, the other one sprouted as expected. I am now replacing them. Any tips or advice on how to keep these ones longer than a year?
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7th December 2017 11:07am
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Linda says...
Hi Bones,
I have Pink Iona, in Glenorie - GREAT as it is fairly fungal resistant so I don't have to spray. Same for Chambourcin.
I have no problems with mine but it may be that you didn't prune them correctly (too hard ) or gave them too much or too little water or not enough light or too hot in a black pot ie cooked the roots.
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