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Friday, September 23, 2011

AMUGRONAR, MUGRONEAR

Growing Grapes From Cuttings
Photo by: eccevines.com

to propagate, to bury vine shoots or cuttings to take root.. At the end of winter, the cane, a branch-like section on the grapevine, is cut into 1 ½” sections called cuttings. The cuttings are buried in the ground. This is how create new vineyards producing good wines were common in the Middle Ages according to the Archpriest of Hita. This system is still used today and was used in California where French cuttings were planted. [Ruíz/Saínz. 1986:1281b:217]

Glass Cutting Boards ... -
(THE ARCHPRIEST'S WAY OF CUTTING)
Photo by: jackiejacobson.com

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