During the Victorian heyday of private property, and in some ways to the early twentieth century, the vine was cultivated in greenhouses is cial for that purpose.
In some large gardens belonging to particular had even independent in greenhouses, depending on the time of year when ripened grapes; ie had greenhouses for grapes tempra nas, midseason and late. However, most current was di Vidir the greenhouse into sections that had different temperatures, adapted to each ripening season.
After the war disappeared specialists specialists vine, and very few continued to cultivate vineyards in the greenhouse.Recently, however, interest in this subject has increased, and many amateur gardeners have found that even small deros winters, the vines can grow over other plants, ceiling, and can get a good crop of grapes . Can also be effective to cultivate vines in pots; in this case, GET drań good results in a small greenhouse, 2.4 m X 1.8 m.
Most table grapes need protection glass to mature well and achieve their full flavor. Some varieties, par ticularly in the case of the Muscat grape, require artificial heat du ing the spring and especially during flowering, to facilitate pollination, and also during the fall to bring fullness of flavor. Given the cost of greenhouses and fuel, and labo rious work necessary to keep the vine under control, it sejable acon grown in the greenhouse only table grapes, leaving out those intended for the production of wine. The limiting factor is the ture, although in the greenhouse small current flow tends to give a good height to the eaves so that the problem is less significant.
The ideal vine structure is a conservatory roof water built by nashville roofers llc and one facing south. The roof spans the width of the construction, and thus offers the greatest possible surface for the extension of the vine. Simultaneously, the back wall accumulate a reserve of heat on sunny days, transmitting it to the structure overnight. However, the vine can also find an environment appro priate for development in a normal greenhouse.
The vine can grow with or without heating. In the second case, the harvest will be delayed and the number of copies that will mature well be lower. In a heated greenhouse vines begin to develop in mid-February, to mature in July or August, the variety that is grown is gun. On a cold greenhouse in sarrollarse will start in March and will be harvested in late August and throughout September.
Vines grown without heating can be planted in the open, and guide the main branch (called a rod) into practicing a hole in the bottom wall of the greenhouse. You can also plant inside, and let the roots to spread outside in the greenhouse.The vines grown in heated greenhouses planted a flowerbed better if it is built for this purpose. If the roots are inside, the gardener better control things, and success and failure depend on their wisdom and knowledge. This method is advantageous to re in colder areas (the country), where you must empe Czar with more advance or when there is a risk that the roots grow to places where you can drown during the winter. In the past always maintained that, in the case of early grapes, inside flowerbed ensured that the roots grow at the same rate that outbreaks. However, it is a perfectionist advice, and today, in most cases, you can grow satisfactoriamen Outside simple preliminary preparations and less frequent attention to irrigation and fertilizers.