He calls to Dering, the gardener, who is on a ladder, pruning.
The method of pruning is exactly the same as in the method just described.
There is much less perplexity in pruning the grape than in pruning tree-fruits.
For an example, a problem in pruning is here stated and solved.
The first, in common parlance, is pruning for wood; the second, pruning for fruit.
Pruning, the second winter the vine is out, depends on the vigor of the plant.
Figure 29 shows the vine after pruning for a vase-formed head.
The unit of pruning is a fruit cane of 21/2 to 31/2 feet with its renewal spur.
Advantage must be taken of this in the pruning system adopted in the East.
Understand what is meant by pruning, grafting, and manuring.