Grape Vines


redgold added on July 31, 2017 | Answered

I live in northern Arizona and have a small vineyard (200+ plants) and would like to know if my grape vines would be compatible with semi-dwarf nectarines planted every third row as a row of fruit trees then grapes and so on? The nectarines do well where I am and so do the grapes; however, on occasion the grapes need some shade in the heat of the afternoon when the grapes are on.

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Answered on August 1, 2017

Fruit trees can make nice companions and as long as the nectarines and grape varieties both thrive in your region, then it doesn't hurt to try. For additional companions for grapes, this article will help:

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