2nd October 2019

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How far apart do you plant grapes?

Dig a hole deep enough to plant the vine to the level it was planted at the nursery. Space each vine 6 to 8 feet apart to give ample room for the vine's root system to spread and grow. Rows of Concord grapes should be spaced 9 feet apart.

What time of the year do grapes grow?

Grapes are planted in the late winter to early spring months. The plants start to grow in spring and continue to grow throughout the summer season. Grapes ripen in the late summer to early fall, depending on the variety grown. Grape varieties are available for USDA hardiness zones 5 through 9.

How much water does it take to grow grapes?

Throughout the first growing season, new vines should be watered weekly in the absence of rainfall. Water should be sufficient to wet the soil 6 to 10 inches beneath the surface, but deeper watering can cause root rot, according to the Oklahoma State University Extension.
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