How to grow grape vines: Growing Grapes in a Pot

Growing Grapes in Pot

grapes in pot

Grapes are one of the most popular crops to grow. But if you do not have a garden or a large area for growing grapes that does not mean that you can not grow grape vines.  For the cultivation of the grape vines in pots, the plants during all this period of growth is well watered and, if necessary, in the future bind to the pegs. When the cold snap begins, the leaves of grapes begin to fall, so the grape vines are dug and transplanted into pots the size of 35 cm in depth.

The soil should be quite oily and sandy. Grapes should be made short pruning, and throughout the winter period stored in pots in the basement. From April you can transfer grape vines into a cold greenhouse or in a room for distillation. If the weather permits, grapes can be submitted to the sun and air, and if it is even possible, grape vines can be digged in the greenhouse.

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