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  1. Collie Flowers farm

    NY what to grow?

    Bad thing is aa vineyards seems to be out of stock on alot of their plants... or atleast alot of the varieties I was looking for...
  2. Collie Flowers farm

    This year's practice at propagation

    I think I cooked mine during callousing...:oops:
  3. Collie Flowers farm

    Vine ?

    Mine have been at 79F and 60% rh. I keep the soil pretty moist too for starters..
  4. Collie Flowers farm

    Vine ?

    On mine, the 101-14 took about 3weeks for bud break, Brianna only 2 weeks, but the shiraz took much much longer. These were just cuttings stuck in potting soil, nothing fancy... Thinking that it's a variety thing with vines that have either late or early bud break??
  5. Collie Flowers farm

    New vineyard

    Ok so now I'm second guessing myself. The cuttings I took and just stuck into the pot are doing well, but I'm seeing flower clusters on them?? Pretty sure they were the 101-14 but i didnt label them and i thought the 101-14 was a sterile variety?? Ok so what do you think of this? Finger...
  6. Collie Flowers farm

    Vine ?

    Hard to say, could be nitrogen or phosphorus deficiency, or just damaged by something. Probably just need to keep an eye on them for now rather than try and correct. What's the growing medium??
  7. Collie Flowers farm

    Stainless Steel barrel?

    Just an off the wall thought... Couldn't you put some type of an air bladder in the tank and just add air to top up the tank??
  8. Collie Flowers farm

    New vineyard

    I ordered those cuttings online...
  9. Collie Flowers farm

    Stainless Steel barrel?

    Subscribed...
  10. Collie Flowers farm

    Name that Haze!

    Looks tasty :p
  11. Collie Flowers farm

    New vineyard

    Also pulled the Marquette and potted them up. They seemed to have calloused ok and had a couple bits of roots showing. I really hope these take ok....
  12. Collie Flowers farm

    New vineyard

    I dug up the rootstock cuttings I had just stuck into a pot and replanted them into tree pots. Sure enough they did have roots.:)
  13. Collie Flowers farm

    luck with growing own root vinifera

    https://www.stolpmanvineyards.com/blog/vineyard-revolution/own-rooted-vines-the-risk/
  14. Collie Flowers farm

    luck with growing own root vinifera

    Phylloxera originated from the North eastern United States, but there are areas on the NW US where vinefra varieties have been grown for decades on their own rootstock as well as other parts of the world. So how can the answer to his question be anything but "maybe" ??? Also most people dont...
  15. Collie Flowers farm

    luck with growing own root vinifera

    Is there any evidence of the leaf form of phylloxera???
  16. Collie Flowers farm

    luck with growing own root vinifera

    "MAYBE" greatly depending on your location and soil type but even in Washington where there has been alot of own rooted vines for decades are now finding the phylloxera bug. There has been work on systemic pesticides to treat them, but I'm not aware if any have been released to the public or...
  17. Collie Flowers farm

    New vineyard

    The cuttings I just stuck in the pot seem to be doing well.. being they are just rootstock callousing might not be necessary?? Time will tell....
  18. Collie Flowers farm

    New vineyard

    Pulled a couple cuttings today to see how things were progressing. Looks like they are callousing ok, but I think I'll let them go another week before potting them.
  19. Collie Flowers farm

    Finished pruning now to spray

    Depends, some varieties are sulfur sensitive and can only be sprayed during dormancy...
  20. Collie Flowers farm

    New vineyard

    When I took the cuttings for callousing I stuck some smaller canes into a pot just to see what would happen. I dont know if they are actually going to root, but they are starting to push buds. Time will tell....
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