Grapes

Centfarmaug at aol.com Centfarmaug at aol.com
Sat Apr 20 17:11:09 EDT 2002


I have done this with the cultivar Cynthiana which is difficult to root from 
cuttings.  It works well.  Just bury a section of the cane about six inches 
deep, or enough to anchor it.  If it is long enough, the end can be trained 
up on the trellis.  After it roots it can be separated from the mother plant. 
 This is usually done when pruning the following winter.

Bob in Missouri
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