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How to grow Grape Vines | Simple tips and care

How to grow Grape Vines in container: Nature Bring

Written by: Ramchandra Bhatia                        Date: 02.03.2017

 About Grape Vine:

Grapes are a woody perennial vine. The flowers and fruits are grown in Cannes. It is a long season crop. Yearly pruning is very important, due to health and plant size is shaped. Nowadays, people are beginning to find it in houses and courtyards. It is the highest in the world in the production of fruit. Grapes not only produce fruit but also its vine increases Garden landscape. The vine can last for more than 30 years.

European, American, and Muscadine are 3 common types grapes. American grapes in the sun and warm weather is best. American grapes are the most cold-hardy. European grapes in the northern part of Europe and America and muscadine grapes usually are found in South America. Flavor, color, and size depending on their individual species. Whether you can bring a year-old plant from the nursery. Buy time to see the plant, it is not infected with any type.

You can plant grapes in the container easily, for it requires some care. Below is some information by Nature Bring.

Classification:

Scientific name     Vitis vinifera

Common name     Grape vine

Plant type             Fruit

Sun                        Full Sun

Soil                         Well drained, Loam sandy soil

Soil pH                   6.5 to 8.5

Planting                 October to January

Temperature       15º C-40º C

Zone                      2-10

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Planting:

  • Planting is usually from October to January. Sometimes during the June-July, when the monsoon is late. Monsoon planting prevents diseases.
  • To plant grapes in containers large containers (15 gallons) must be. When you buy the plastic container mind it doesn’t choose the dark color, because these containers are much heated in the sun.
  • Most grape varieties are self-fertile. If you are buying grape vine purchased more than one, because it requires pollination.
  • Before planting to the vine roots in water for 2 to 3 hours left.
  • Choose a place where the sunlight falls fully.
  • Space vines 6-10 feet apart.
  • Allow the water to the time of planting grapes.

grape vine plant

Planting from cutting:

If you want to plant it, so you can grow by cutting. The grapes from your friend’s friend asked if you felt you could. Take you directly from the vine cutting section. It’s long enough to harvest at least 3 nodes are. The lower surface of cutting cut an angle (45 degrees) ¼ to 1 inch above the node. Take many cuttings from of different location, at the last remove the surplus plant.

Planting from Seed:

  • Grape seed you can get from the seed seller or nursery. Before sowing you be sure to check health condition of the seeds. See the color of the seeds, pale gray or white endosperm will be able to see under seed coat. Let the seeds in water lentils, healthy seeds will sink in water.
  • Fill small containers with well-drained rich soil. Then the planting of a seed.
  • Seeds should be enough to a warm environment. Well, the day temperature for germination 70º F (20º C) and night temperature 60º F (15º C) better around.
  • The soil moist, but it should be not wet. And then the water began to spray the surface dry.
  • Grapes take 2 to 8 weeks for germination.

Care:

  • The first harvest to get of the grape vine takes the 1.5-2 years.
  • Pruning is important. When the vine is dormant in March-April, then the pruning. It encourages all the buds to swell. But it is in the cold damages.
  • Remember, the pruning will be higher, will get more fruit.
  • Organic, inorganic and organic fertilizer in the year to twice.
  • To maintain uniform moisture around vine, use mulch.
  • Use a net over the vine so that the bird does not damage the fruit.

Harvesting:

Grape Harvest season usually begins in February and continues uninterrupted until the end of April.

Pest and Diseases:

Vine main pests are a flea, beetles, thrips, mealy bugs and leafhoppers. Downy mildew, powdery mildew and leaf spot and black rot are the main diseases.

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