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Question #: 184

Question: I PLANTED SEVERAL CONCORD GRAPE VINES DURING THE PAST FEW YEARS. GOT A COUPLE OF VERY TINY BUDS THIS YEAR, BUT THEY DRIED UP AND DIED. WHAT AM DOING WRONG?

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Everyone always assumes they are doing something wrong when a plant fails to perform to their expectations. Grapes need pollinator activity to set viable fruit, but there is a shortage of bee activity throughout the country. When the flower cannot be pollinated by bees, the resulting fruit usually atrophies. It is not your fault, just a shortcoming in nature's network.

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