Bright’s Single Stem, Dwarf and Renewal System of Grape Culture

Bright’s Single Stem, Dwarf and Renewal System of Grape Culture
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Adapted to the Vineyard, the Grapery, and the Fruiting of Vines in Pots, on Trellises, Arbors, Etc
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Artikel-Nr:
9780243768158
Veröffentl:
2017
Seiten:
0
Autor:
William Bright
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
Reflowable
Kopierschutz:
NO DRM
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Whilst the greatest effort has been made to ensure the quality of this text, due to the historical nature of this content, in some rare cases there may be minor issues with legibility. This system possesses many important advantages over any other method of culture, which will become apparent after proper examination or trial. Its chief merit is, that it concentrates the entire strength of the vine roots upon a small quantity of young, vigorous wood, and produces larger and finer bunches of grapes than can be obtained by any other process. As to quantity of crop, it is equal, if not superior, to any other system of culture. Indeed, it is believed, that in the vineyard or elsewhere, this system will produce a larger crop of grapes than can be obtain ed from the same extent of soil upon long canes, under any of the ordinary methods of pruning. The vines grown according to this system are more perfectly under control than when allowed to ramble over long ranges of wire or trellises; they are more easily trained and tied up, or laid down in winter; they can be kept in a more healthy and vigorous condition; and when they decline in health or fruiting capacity, any entire vine may be readily renewed by layering, thus producing a new set of roots near the surface of the ground, without essentially interfering with the general product of the vineyard.
This system possesses many important advantages over any other method of culture, which will become apparent after proper examination or trial. Its chief merit is, that it concentrates the entire strength of the vine roots upon a small quantity of young, vigorous wood, and produces larger and finer bunches of grapes than can be obtained by any other process. As to quantity of crop, it is equal, if not superior, to any other system of culture. Indeed, it is believed, that in the vineyard or elsewhere, this system will produce a larger crop of grapes than can be obtain ed from the same extent of soil upon long canes, under any of the ordinary methods of pruning. The vines grown according to this system are more perfectly under control than when allowed to ramble over long ranges of wire or trellises; they are more easily trained and tied up, or laid down in winter; they can be kept in a more healthy and vigorous condition; and when they decline in health or fruiting capacity, any entire vine may be readily renewed by layering, thus producing a new set of roots near the surface of the ground, without essentially interfering with the general product of the vineyard.

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