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1. horizontal branches of a grapevine trained along the [[trellis]]; also called the arms. The [[cane]]s left after pruning ([[prune]]) which will produce [[fruit]]ing shoots and new [[cane]]s.<br><br>
 
1. horizontal branches of a grapevine trained along the [[trellis]]; also called the arms. The [[cane]]s left after pruning ([[prune]]) which will produce [[fruit]]ing shoots and new [[cane]]s.<br><br>
  
http://www.wynboer.co.za/imagesart/1003yieldfig14b.jpg<br><br>
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https://articles.extension.org//sites/default/files/styles/large/public/Spur%20pruning.png<br><br>
"Straight, balanced cordon on grapevine."<br>
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The cordon is the semi-permanent horizontal structure on a vine that originates from the head of the trunk and products shoots or [[cane]]s.<br><br>
Source: http://www.wynboer.co.za/recentarticles/1003yield.php3<br><br>
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Source: http://articles.extension.org/pages/70332/basic-considerations-for-pruning-grapevines<br><br>

Latest revision as of 15:26, 17 July 2017


1. horizontal branches of a grapevine trained along the trellis; also called the arms. The canes left after pruning (prune) which will produce fruiting shoots and new canes.

Spur%20pruning.png

The cordon is the semi-permanent horizontal structure on a vine that originates from the head of the trunk and products shoots or canes.

Source: http://articles.extension.org/pages/70332/basic-considerations-for-pruning-grapevines