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Grape vine cuttings roots very easily if taken early in the winter and put in the groung deep enough. The cuttings should be about a pencil width thickness and about 30-40cm (1 to 1:1/2ft) long. They should be burried so that one or two buds are showing above the ground. Only here in the UK grafting is not as important as on the continent due to the phylloxera bugs which bit the roots. Therefore the cuttings will grow and produce on its own roots. Here I am using a deep pot which is not quite deep enough, but will do.

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