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Jon wrote at 2013-02-17 03:11:36
It is normal for grapevines to bleed after pruning. The fluid is called grapevine sap. It can bleed continuously for 4-7 days depending on the age of the vine and during that period, it may discharge up to 5 liters of sap. Don't worry, it will not destroy the vine. Check these pictures, my "crying vine" after pruning...http://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=5882973423199662647#editor/target=post;p


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Tropical plants in Florida, Bamboo, Vines, Fruit trees, Antique Roses, rare plants from around the world.

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