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Replanting vines

Tuesday, May 9, 2023

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A grafted grapewine, its top covered in wax plantet in soil. Next to it a metal rod and two legs with working shoes in the background.
A newly planted grapevine

In every vineyard, individual vines fail over the course of the year. In young plantations this occurs not so often, but in old ones more frequently. In order for a vineyard to remain complete and continue to produce good crops, it is therefore necessary to replant vines every year.

Replanting is a lot of hard manual work. For our vineyard area, there are already several hundred vines to be replanted each year, and the holes do not dig themselves. This year the work is already finished and we are very happy about it! Below we show a series of pictures of the work, in case someone wants to plant a vine in his own garden.


An old dry vine in the vineyard

An old dry vine in the vineyard.


One foot kicks the vine to break it off at the bottom.
The old grapevine is removed

The old grapevine is removed.


The planting hole is dug with a spade

The planting hole is dug with a spade.


The roots of the vine are shortened with secateurs to about hand length.
Trim the roots to favor their growth

Trim the roots to favor their growth.


Place the vine in the soil up to just below the grafting point.

Place the vine in the soil up to just below the grafting point.


Watering is always helpful

Watering is always helpful.


A close-meshed plastic net is put over the planted vine.
Finally, a net to protect against rabbits eating the young shoots.

Finally, a net to protect against rabbits eating the young shoots.

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