. The cultivation of the native grape. Viticulture; Wine and wine making. 76 CULTURE OF THE GRAPE. such Strong growers as the Concord and Norton's Vir- ginia could never be kept within the proper bounds, and it would be useless to try it on them. It might be of ad- vantage on poor soil, where there is at the same time a scarcity of timber. Figure 17 shows an old vine pruned after this method. The other method of dwarfing the grape is practiced to make a pretty border along walks in gardens, and is as follows : Plant your vines about eight feet apart; treat them the first season as in common vi
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