MY grape vines are healthy and producing grapes. When the fruit matures to
about 15 % it starts drying up and stops producing. This happen last year.
What can I do to avoid this problem. I have growing these grapes for 18
Answer from NGA
April 27, 2009
|Lack of pollination is usually the problem. Grapevines often begin to develop cluster and then abort some of them. I'd suggest thinning the grape clusters. This way you will have fewer grapes but larger, sweeter fruits. Best wishes with your grapes!|
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