Grape Vine

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Botanical name:- Vitis Vinifera

  • 1M-1.2M Branched
  • 60cm-90cm
  • 100cm-120cm
SKU: grape-vine Categories: , ,
Scientific nameVitis vinifera
Common nameGrape Vine
Temperature requirement25-35 °C
LightFull sun
WateringWater everyday &keep moist
PestsButterflies, cicadas, scale insects, aphids, thrips, beetles, mites
Pet friendlinessNot hazardous
Maximum plant height1500-3500 cm
Potting mixPotting soil/red soil/manure/perlite
Pot requirementGood drainage&repot every 1-2 years
NutritionApply manure for first 15 days and npk for next 15 days
Pruning & trainingRemove dead & diseased leaves with sterile shears
Common color & season
DescriptionGrapevine is a perennial plant bush, characterized by helices – tendrils and trailing growth. It is a climbing plant and normally climbs on rocks or tree trunks. Tendrils grow on stems and are believed to be degenerated inflorescences. Leaves are big, opposite, heart resembled, and inflorescences grow across them. They may be terraced or lobed with 3-5 lobs and distinct nerves. The shape, size and color of leaves depend on the variety.Can be grown in wide range of soils if climate is suitable. Sandy loam with good drainage, fairly fertile with good organic matter are best suited. Optimum ph with good organic matter are best suited. Optimum ph is 6.5-7.5. Heavy soils, very shallow soils, ill drained alkaline soils are not at all suitable. Grape grows well in all areas with warm to hot dry summers and cool winters.Showers or rain flowering is very dangerous to grapes and reduces yield to a greater extent. Optimum temperature range is 28-320 °C.Propagation by hard wood stem cuttings. Fertilizer recommendations for grapes vary. A baseline is 1/2 cup of a balanced 10‐10‐10 fertilizer per plant soon after it starts growing in the spring, and repeating this application after four weeks. Make sure not to spread any fertilizer within a one-foot range of the vine but spread it evenly over an area of four to five feet.In the second year, and every year thereafter, fertilize at the same time. Apply one cup of a balanced 10‐10‐10 fertilizer in the spring when the vines start growing.You can take your time deciding how to train or trellis your newly planted grapes. During the first year, a stake about five feet above the ground is sufficient. Loosely tie the cane to it. If you want to get started on a permanent trellis, place a post about six feet above the ground. As the grapevine grows, you will need to add a wire to train and support it.

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