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potted vines

Name for refined vines (also Kartonagereben), which in contrast to those produced in a nursery can be produced and marketed in the year of refinement. The reason for this form was the often occurring failures of freshly trained and still very sensitive vines due to bad weather and soil conditions. The pot-pouring process enables the production of ready-to-grow vines under controlled climatic conditions in glasshouses or film houses without so-called school enrollment. Compared to the Rebschulverfahren, in which the vines are available only in the year after the refining, pot fry are already marketable two months after the refining. Preparation of document and Edelreis and finishing are identical to the working steps in one nursery (look there).

However, the finishing and the subsequent drive a few weeks earlier. After the propulsion phase in the finishing crate, the vines are closed Kallusringes checked, paraffinized and then potted in peat or lattice pots. Kartonagereben are rather rarely produced. The potting machine is done in larger farms. At temperatures of 22 to 25 ° Celsius in the glasshouses equipped with floor and space heating, intensive rooting and shoot formation occurs. The glass windows and side vents are increasingly open, allowing the young vines to get used to the outside temperature and humidity. Corresponding measures against the genuine and the false mildew are required.

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