How do I prune grape vines in South Carolina?

Answer South CarolinaUnderstand the seasons in South Carolina. South Carolina is in USDA hardiness zones 7 and 8, so the temperature in the winter can be between 0 and 20 degrees Fahrenheit at the coldest... Read More »

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How do I prune& cut grape vines?

Prune at PlantingPrune newly planted two-year-old canes to a height where two or three buds remain on each cane to promote new growth for fruit production. Establish a main trunk on newly planted g... Read More »

How do I prune old grape vines?

Prune grape vines every year during the dormant season in late January or February. Remove all dead and diseased wood and damaged branches. Remove all new growth from the main trunk, leaving only t... Read More »

When do you prune Concord grape vines?

Concord grapevines should be pruned every year for uniform production and quality fruit. The best time to prune is any time the plant is dormant, especially in early spring. Ohio State University a... Read More »

How do I prune overgrown grape vines?

TimingPrune your grapevines in late winter or very early spring, while the plants are dormant.PruningIdentify two fruiting canes on each grape vine. Each cane should have eight buds each for wine g... Read More »