Higher grapevine trellis may help with frost protection

Issue Date: October 17, 2012
By Bob Johnson

A change as simple as raising the trellis height a few feet at vineyard establishment might be enough to help protect vines from frost damage on cold spring and fall nights, and help protect the fruit from heat damage on hot summer days.

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