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South Carolina Experiment Sta- <s>
Press Bulletin >"o. 126.
F. J. Crider, Associate Professor.
For those of us who are so fortunate
as to hare among the fruits of our
home garden the scuppernong or any
of the varieties of the rofundifolia
grape, it is well to consider at this
time th? pruning and training of the
rines. If we put it oif until late in the
season when the Labrusca or bunch
grape is usually pruned, the vines
will be seriously injured by bleeding.
The bleeding may not begin immediately
after the vines are cuc, but as
spring advances there will be a continuous
flow of sap until often a vine
is so weakened as to greatly decrease
in vigor ana in the power of fruit
production. I Live Known vines an
inch in diameter cut in the early
spring to loose as much as thirty to
forty pounds of sap. The knowledge
of the fact that varieties of this species
of grape are subject to blooding is
so often the cause of growers allowing:
vines to remain from year to year
without being pruned. This is a great
mistake, for there is'no doubt but that
the scuppernong and related varieties
will respond as well to proper treatment
of this kind as will any of our
cultivated fruits. If we can produce
good fruit without pruning, we will
be able to produce more and better
;* if Anv uinac o YTi nrnnorlv trim.
med -every year. The time to prune
is in the fall just after the leaves are
off the vines. If done at this time,
there will be no injurious effect. It
is safe to prune until the first of December.
To prune an old or bearing vine
where no special method of training
has previously been practiced, the first
thing necessary is to remove all dead
or injured wood. A sufficient number
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01 me wiauuiicd air ui? tut uut lu
allow a free circulation of air and to
let in plenty of sunlight, both oi
which are essential for the production
of the best quality of fruit In addition
at least half the number of side
canes are removed, the aim being tc
to restrict the naturally rampant
growth and cause the fruit to be borne
nearer the base of the vine. The fruit
of the grape is produced chiefly oe
shoots from the preceding season's
growth. Hence, if- we allow a vine
to remain unmolested, the fruit will
each year be borne further away from
the base until in time we have a long
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RELEASE THAT DA
MOST OF YOUR I
j We try to express this thought with
; such words as?clogged Liver?Lazy
Liver and the usual common expressions,
but it does not state the fact.
The fact is that the Bile, nature's own
antisentic and disnnfectant. is damned
up so that it flows feebly or not at all.
The first evidence you have ia a
headache?a coated tongue?or dizziness?or
all of these. You sometimes
"wear" it off, that is, the dam
breaks or is overcome by nature?
but while you are wearing it off,
you are depressed, grouchy, touchy
filled with fear.
You continually find fault witi
yourself, as well as others. You
damned up with Bile. To release this
Bile you may take mollycoddle laxatives.
You waste time, money and
energy in trying these appologies
None of them really reach the ^ot?
fK rw T > tt r\?? n ft lr a /? a w *1^ a ^
tnc juivci?nuiitr ux can. tiic uaiu tuai
naked stem which serves only to convey
plant food to the more remote
fruit-bearing parts. Such branches as
these form the tangled mass often seer
on old arbors.
j The common method of treatmem
of the scupperncng grape in the home
garden is to allow the vine to grow al
! will upon an arbor. Much better re1
cni+c mnv hp obtained, however, b3
constructing a wire trellis and follow
ing a systematic method of training
The trellis has advantages over th<
arbor, in that it is more cheaply an(
easily constructed; will last longer
and facilitates the operations of cul
! i tivation, pruning and gathering. A1
so a large yield and better quality o
fruit can be secured.
A trellis may be constructed by se
, curely factening four number twelv<
, wires eighteen inches apart to solid
? well-brac -d posts. The posts ar<
placed thirty feet apart in the row witl
. a distance of fifteen feet between th<
, rows. A vine set half way betwe^i
. the Dosts will have a fifteen-foot spac<
. to spread on each side.
5 One of the most successful method:
; of training by the trellis system is t(
, cut "back the vine to about eight o:
; ten inches of the ground immediate!:
> after planting. From three to fiv<
shoots are allowed to grow during th<
. i summer, all others being removed bj
! hand as they begir. to form. If all th<
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l holds back, the Bile. Yo,_ can't ex- ??
'pect to regain your old punch utnil J
v this Bile is released?until it disin- 2
. fects the putrid matter that is being
l fed to your body. fl
Go right to the bottom of the i ^
' trouble with the old fashioned, duly ?
tried liver regulator?podophyllin
'1 (or May Apple Root, sometimes
gripe or sicken you, if you get PoDo- M
1 Lax?a Podophyllin formula with the i
gripe and nkusea taken out.
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Let him explain it to you. We
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1 you will be proud to guarantee it ever
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buds were allowed to form canes they
* would be much less vigorous than if
5, only a definite number be preserved.
The canes are tied to six foot stakes
Jumnnr +V?/* irrnmirxr ccacnn and tho
^ UUllUg Ult 0V.WVM uuu .
L following fall the trellis is construct-j
^ ed. The only training necessary at j
this time is to spread the canes on the j
r j wires to a fan shape and to tie them ;
j securelj'. The taller branches are j
| caried to the top wire, while the short*
er ones go to fill up the lower wires.
J Very little pruning is necessary. The
branches thus arranged constitute the
j permanent framework of the vine and
I should be kept as nearly as possible
. I an equal distance from each other.
f 1 ^
Subsequent training consists in mm- j
ning out the side canes that develop II
- each year during the summer so as to
J leave them spaced from eight to. ten
, inches apart, exposing all parts of the
3 vine to air and sunshine. They are '
1 cut even with tKe old vine, rather than | secur(
2 spurred, as the spurs have a tenden-;time
i cy to induce a tnick growth which j the sa
? must never be allowed. This treat-1 applie
ment should be given regularly every to the
5 fall, and when an old branch becomes ' nong
) weakened or injured in any way, it (there
r should be removed and a new cane ' sort tl
7 trained to take its place. : fruit
3 Those of us who do not know the j being
> merits of this very important fruit of . tioned
r our State, should place an order at; period
j once with a reliable nurseryman to ' variet
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; some of the good varieties. The ty, but has the distinct
of planting is almost here, for ripening late and hangil
. _ . ,, ... arter an ocner varicw
one rule of pruning in. the fall ? .
? also to the setting of the vines ^
i vineyard. While the scupper- Meteorological Record,
is considered the best variety, Temperature: Mean ir
are varieties of the dark colored mean minimum 48.5; me
hat are equal to it in quality and (imum 85; date 1 and ]
production,?among the leading! 32; date 22 and 31; gi
Lasalle, Meisch and James, men- range 38.
in the order of their ripening Precipitation: Total
t. There is also the Flowers ' greatest in 24 hours l.Oi
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advantage of ber of days with .01 or more rainfall
ig on the vine 7; clear 15; fair 9; cloudy 7; killing
is shed their frost 21, 22, 31.
Thunder / storm 19th.
TTT Rainfall) 10 months 39.19 inches.
October 1918. / w Q Peterson, C. 0.
laximum 73.9; j ?
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