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Monday, January 28, 2019

Grape Pruning Classes Fridays and Saturdays on Eventbrite

Grape pruning classes, on both wine and table grapes, is conducted on Fridays and Saturdays; February 1 and 2 and again February 8 and 9.

Learn how to cane or spur prune and which way to prune your grapes. Learn how to balance the fruit load for better sized berries. Learn how to thin both the number of clusters and their size to increase berry size. Both are important unless you want small berries.

See the grape pruning class online here

Friday classes are from 1 pm to 3 pm and Saturdays classes from 9 am to 11 am.

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3 comments:

  1. I want my concords to look like that photo this year. Yummm. I got these dang weird flies that show up every year and ruin all my leaves.

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    1. I'm not sure what the "flies" might be but if they are skeletonizers, try spraying Spinosad on the tops and bottoms of the leaves starting in about April. Make another application in about Mayish and a third application in Julyish. I like Spinosad because it is not a hard pesticide and it can control tskeletonizers and leafhoppers on grapes.

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