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ERNIECOPP wrote:
Pete,
Nothing has been grown on this ground for 20 years, prior to me moving here a couple of years ago, and it is just tremendously fertile. So i have been outside whacking Grapevines before they take the place.

I have lots of baby grapes, and am pruning the vines at the second leaf above the grapes. Most of the grapes i have seen so far are Himrods, with some Concord, The Flame and others have not set much fruit yet.

I think i see some new buds forming on the cuttings that lost their first leaf, so will wait and see if they survive. I am sure you will get a lot of satisfaction from the Grafting. I hired most of the bud grafting done by professionals on the Nursery, but did some myself just to learn, and i really enjoyed that. I hope you have a high percentage of success with them. I will check out your new thread.

Ernie


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