Question by  randyaf (10)

How do you go about starting grape vines from existing vines?


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

Cut a healthy, strong vine from existing vine, making sure it has buds on it. Dig holes for them, making them about 7" apart. Put vines in hole and cover with soil. Water newly planted vines. Add a grapevine food or fertilizer. Make sure there is a good drainage system.


Answer by  thattractorguy (2970)

Cordons can grow naturally off of an existing grape vine. At that point that they have grown off the main root, you can start growing the cordon somewhere else.


Answer by  georgesmith (138)

You need to get some root growth formula from your garden store. Then you cut a short piece of vine from an actively growing area and use the formula as directed


Answer by  FMTC (109)

Take the root of the existing vine and root in a glass of water. When planting, choose an area that does not gather water naturally and water your grapes frequently.

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