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Growing Grapes in the Home Garden

Richard Jauron , Gail Nonnecke

Home gardeners can successfully grow grapes in Iowa. Whether you are growing a backyard garden or beginning your own vineyard, basic requirements include a good planting site, hardy varieties (cultivars), and proper culture.

Also recommended Grape publications are:
  • RG 0502 - Pruning Grapevines
  • PM 1375 - Midwest Commercial Small Fruit and Grape Spray Guide

Pages / Length: 6
Publication Date: 11/2012
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