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Menindee Seedless struggling

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My Menindee seedless grapevines are in their first year (upper western NSW) and although they were attacked by roos just when they were shooting, they are now fairly healthy looking. However they seem to be struggling to get a go on. One is doing alright but the other is stunted, they were both planted in spring 2018. We are on bore water but all my other plants and trees are doing well on it as is a couple of black muscat grapes.
Any advice would be appreciated
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Pauline Staff of Daley's Nursery says...
Hi Chris, I would suggest mulch and fertiliser, but the one that is not performing has more! Have you fertilised? And as it is approaching winter don't apply to much. Have you thought of a seaweed or fish foliar spray and try it on the soil too to kick start your soil around its roots. Is salt in the bore water an issue?
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Chris says...
Thanks for that I will do both and not too sure aobut the salt content but all my other plants/trees are doing very well.
I give the mulch and seaweed fertiliser a go.
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