Restoring my vineyard

PeterTyke

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Here are some pics of the work I have been doing in my vineyard - from an overgrown mess to bud burst 2020
 

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Vicky

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got some good improvement there Peter, well done
 

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Hi Peter, are you growing these in subtropical environment. I’ve always wondered if I could grow grapes in my subtropical setting. You having many successes? Particularly interested to know about pest control (insects and mammals like possums and bats)
 

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Isabella is supposed to be a good variety for the subtropics, but you need to keep the Hawk Moth caterpillars off them when they're young. Mine didn't survive defoliation :confused:
 

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Isabella is supposed to be a good variety for the subtropics, but you need to keep the Hawk Moth caterpillars off them when they're young. Mine didn't survive defoliation :confused:
Hmm sounds tricky. Pests in the subtropics are so constant and extreme. I might home my skills at tomatoes (which I’m still struggling with) before moving to things like grapes 😀. Good to know there’s a variety out there for the subtropics though.
 
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