2 years ago Erik LengersParticipant
I just planted a new vineyard (120 vines of a few varieties) and I have been trying to put together a spraying plan but everything I’ve read is for established vineyards. What is the best plan for newly planted vines? Any advice or resources is greatly appreciated.
ps. Thanks Double A. The plants look great and after 10 days in the ground I’m starting to see some buds break on my baco noir vines.
Erik1 year, 9 months ago marvin davenportParticipant
Mankozeb and sulfur until you reach the yearly limit for mankozeb. Then use captan and sulfur unless temp is too high for sulfur. If so use something like Mettle. Spray about every two weeks.8 months ago divya rathoreParticipant
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- This reply was modified 8 months ago by divya rathore.
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