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French term (épamprer = break out) for the manual breaking out (picking out) of the epicormic shoot; look there.

Term for the side of the Blattachseln the secondary shoots of the main shoots vine, Synonyms are Aberzahn, Dolder, Drohler, Boar Tooth, Grandson, Geize, Irxe, Kindlein, Ohrlaub and Uchse. In part, this is how the grapes growing on stingy shoots are called. The miser instincts form from the summer bud eye one Triebes, The winter bud next to it then grows into the new summer shoot next spring. Especially with early ones tops of the main shoot, the summer bud can grow into a considerable side shoot, which can even bloom and fruit in the lower part. Most of the time, however, the stinginess remains small or does not sprout at all. Then his bud dies in the following winter due to insufficient wood maturity. Each type of grape tends to be more or less vigorous. By a strong document growth is encouraged.

Miserly shoot next to bud, which shoots out in spring, and miser bunch of grapes on the Miserweed after falling leaves

For varieties with less apical dominance and a strong tendency towards the formation of stinging shoots, these side branches branch out from the leaf axils of the main shoot,...

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