Week of June 21, 2017
Table grape vines can be pruned in June to thin out shoots to open up the plant for better sunlight penetration and air circulation. Prune the shoots on the vines, with shoots about 3 inches apart. Cluster thin your vines so you only have one cluster per vine. You can also snip off the bottom of each grape cluster, which will improve the size of the fruit. Remove the suckers growing on the trunk of grape vine.