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Burning on grape wine is normal, you will find it also in more temperate regions, so in future the outer leaves could act as shading, in case of extreme weather. On small plants, burning is never a good thing, so I would add some shadows, also just some temporary screens. Forget about the "7 hour sun". I have seen many vineyards which cannot get so much ...


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You might want to consider the Ontario IPM sheet related to Nitrogen deficiency. In particular this mentions that cool weather or very dry conditions can cause the vines to fail to benefit from N in the soil. The N is there so there is no need to increase levels, just wait for conditions to change. The yellowing of leaves, with red in the petioles and shoots ...


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Short answer, YES. Apart from sunlight, water and fertilizer, good care also includes a regular schedule of spraying your apple and pear trees if you wanna have a healthy fruit tree thats able to produce lots of pest-free fruits. I live in an arid climate and come spring time, aphids start showing up on almost everything. If i dont start spraying, those ...


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15 years is actually quite young for a grapevine. Since it is not showing any specific signs or symptoms of problems messing with the roots might be counterproductive. Rather perhaps put effort into getting some soil samples analyzed for deficiencies and quality and use that analysis as a guide for supplemental feeding. Well rotted manure or compost might be ...


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