Questions tagged [grape-vine]

Vine plants of genus *Vitus*, usually grown for grapes.

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How to tell when grapes are ready to harvest?

I live in the Arizona desert and have some grapevines that came with my house. After 10 years of dodgy production and greedy ground squirrels, my vines are relatively full of grapes. Based on their ...
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Why is our grape vine setting new fruit all season long?

We have a couple grape vines, which we've had for years. Normally, they'll set fruit once, early in the season, and it would be ripe later in the season. This year, one of them—and to a lesser extent, ...
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What's the best place to plant this grape vine?

I purchased a grape vine plant from a nursery today, its called a vitis vinifera, or Flame Seedless. It seems fairly healthy and I would like to plant it now. It is midsummer here in So. Cal and ...
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Suitable grape variety for UK

I plan to train grape vines up and over the top of a pergola to create a shaded, outdoor dining area. I am more interested in the aesthetic of the vines and their shade giving properties than in ...
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HELP! New grapevine yellowing from bottom up w/ white fuzz & black tips

I bought this vine 3 weeks ago from a local nursery. Planted in new potting soil. I think I over watered in the beginning but have backed off to once a week since it’s been hot. The leaves have a ...
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Rule of spacing between roses and vines

For example, If the normal spacing between grape vines is 8 feet, then does that mean that a hybrid tea rose with the recommended spacing of 3 feet would also have to spaced 8 feet away from the ...
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What causes grape leaves to brown and how do I correct it?

I have planted two types of grapes along with a passion fruit vine that I want to cover an arbour for shade in the summer and fruit of course. I planted them in December and they grew fairly well ...