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Old July 13th, 2009, 12:02 PM
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Sunlight for grape rootings

Recently I potted up several vinifera grape rootings, each about 3 in. high above the soil and developed from green cuttings. How much sunlight will they need now to establish themselves and survive dormancy? Right now, they're in partial sun, but unless they really need that much, I'm thinking of moving them to dappled sun/shade so that they don't get too hot in the afternoon. Also, at this size, where would be the best place to store them during dormancy (outside, in a garage, etc.)?

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Nico
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