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winemakermag.com/561-planning-your-backyard-vineyard

With all the excitement of harvest and crush in the air, it's easy to forget about planting. But if you'd like to start a small, backyard vineyard next spring, there are  ...

www.wikihow.com/Start-a-Vineyard

You'll need to allow for at least 6 feet between vineyard rows and at least 3 feet between plants. Because vines ...

www.hobbyfarms.com/10-things-to-consider-before-starting-a-vineyard-3

Feb 11, 2015 ... Planting picturesque grapevines on your farm is a romantic notion. Established vines strategically placed along a residence can add a rustic ...

lergp.org/year-planting/vineyard-design-and-layout

Planting a vineyard and installing trellis wire and posts are major investments; it is best to get it right from the very beginning! Rule #1 - Sunlight interception is ...

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Feb 15, 2010 ... Learn tips from a Napa Valley grape grower on how to set up a vineyard. From the Southwest Yard & Garden series.

winegrapes.tamu.edu/grape-growing/starting-a-vineyard-2/starting-a-vineyard

Considerations for Starting a Vineyard | Ed Hellman | Texas A&M AgriLife Extension. Establishing a vineyard and bringing it ... Plant Materials · Training Systems.

www.duttongoldfield.com/about/in_the_vinyrd_planting.html

IN THE VINEYARDS WITH STEVE - PLANTING A VINEYARD ... the optimal amount of sunshine and air flow, Dutton Ranch is also busy planting new vineyards.

shutupandmakewine.wordpress.com/2012/10/17/so-you-want-to-plant-a-home-vineyard

Oct 17, 2012 ... I've made some recommendations in the past about making the most out of a tight space when one wants to put in a home vineyard. But, if the ...

www.grapegrowingguide.com/starting-your-vineyard.html

Now days you can just about grow a grape garden or vineyard anywhere. Many successful backyard vineyards have been established in nontraditional growing ...

gardenerscott.com/gardenerscott-blog/how-to-plant-a-vineyard

May 25, 2011 ... "The journey of thousand miles begins with a single step," said the Chinese philosopher Lao-tzu. "The planting of a vineyard begins with a ...