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Harvest 2005 -- melon vineyard
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Not a lot to see, but this is our first planting of Melon de Bourgogne. The four rows from the center to the right of the photo are our original 2004 planting, you can see some foliage. At this stage (2nd year) of the grape plant, it is trimmed back severely, and trained to a single stem which will be the future trunk, thus it looks like but a tiny little plant although it's really got a large root system.

At the top center of the photo you can see the light poles on highway SR-305 -- our vineyard is visible at the Lovgreen Road intersection.

photo credit: Brian Lempriere


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