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Grapes are an excellent source of vitamin C, potassium, fiber, and antioxidants. They’re also delicious when eaten fresh or dried.

Choose A Good Location For Your Vineyard.
If you live in a warm climate, choose a location with full sun exposure. You’ll need to water regularly during the summer months.

Plant Grapevines.
Start by planting grape vines in early spring. Choose a sunny spot where they will receive plenty of sunlight. Water them frequently throughout the season.

Water And Fertilize.
Once the vines begin to produce fruit, water them regularly. You should also fertilize them with a balanced fertilizer every two weeks. This will help ensure healthy growth.

Harvest When Ready.
If you’ve been waiting for the perfect time to harvest your grapes, now is the time. Wait until the grapes start to turn color before harvesting. Then, cut off the stems and gently pull the grape clusters off the vine.

You’ll need to provide plenty of space between vines so that each plant has room to grow. It’s recommended that you keep plants no closer than 12 inches apart. Once the vines begin to produce fruit, you should water them regularly. This will help ensure that the grapes stay healthy and sweet.

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