How to grow grapes & vines on a mesh
Grapes and other vine crops need structural support to control rapid growth and prevent vines from growing without them. Mesh provides a decorative structure for training any kind of grapes. The mesh is covered with vines, creates a center of the garden and gives a shading effect, depending on how it is positioned. Mesh panels keep your vines more tidy and give you easy access to grapes. The training vine to grow on the mesh requires some involvement at various points in the growth process.
1. Choose a place for grapes that drain well and get sunlight. Read specific sunlight requirements for the variety of grapes or grapes you grow for more help in choosing a planting place. When using bare root vines from the nursery, grow grapes in January or February. If you are planting potted vines, you can grow grapes in the spring.
2. Add about 2 inches of compost in the soil in the planting place.
3. Secure mesh screen at the back of the planting area.
4. Dig a hole in the soil in front of the mesh panel.
5.Tie the main stems of grape grapes to the mesh using strings to train the grapes to grow and during the mesh part of continue to train the grapes as they grow by tying them in additional points as needed. Train the grapes to grow horizontally in the mesh before growing to increase the surface area.
6. Grape vine juice deep vine after planting. When your grapes are well established, deep roots require a little watering unless the weather is unusually dry.
7.Prune grape grapes every year in March of release between two and four joshs slowly, strong to grow that year, cut the rest of the cane down to the stem. If you are growing different types of vines with mesh, consult plant care recommendations to determine pruning needs.
8. Cut off the part of the vine that spreads beyond the mesh and attach it to other nearby structures.