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3 Bare Root Live Plant PINOT GRIS Grape Vine

3 Bare Root Live Plant PINOT GRIS Grape Vine

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You will receive 3 Bare Root plants with a healthy root system.

Pinot Gris grapes are a popular variety of white wine grapes, known for the diversity of flavors that it can produce. This grape is used for the production of many different styles of wine, from dry and crisp to sweet and fruity. Grown in temperate regions around the world, Pinot Gris grapes are also known as Pinot Grigio, a name used in Italy and other Mediterranean regions. Growing Pinot Gris grapes can be a rewarding experience for the home winemaker, and with the right planting instructions, a successful and high-quality harvest can be achieved.

When it comes to planting Pinot Gris grapes, it is important to choose the right location. This grape variety prefers a sunny spot with plenty of air circulation and protection from strong winds. The soil should be well-drained and allow the roots to reach deep and be able to receive adequate amounts of water. Additionally, it should be slightly acidic, with a pH range between 6.0 and 7.0.

When planting Pinot Gris grapes, it is important to use the correct spacing between vines. A spacing of eight to ten feet between vines is ideal, as this allows for ample space for the roots to spread and for the vines to receive adequate amounts of sunlight. Additionally, the vines should be planted in rows, with each row spaced five to six feet apart.

To ensure a successful harvest, it is important to prune the grapevines annually. Pruning should happen in early spring, when the vine is still dormant. This helps to ensure that the vine produces healthy foliage and a bountiful harvest. Additionally, it is important to provide the vines with adequate water and nutrients. During the growing season, the vines should be watered deeply once a week or whenever the soil is dry. Additionally, a balanced fertilizer should be applied every two weeks during the growing season, or when the vines show signs of nutrient deficiencies.

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