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My grape vines shoots have been killed by frost, will the whole vine be dead?


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Those late frosts did quite a lot of damage to many types of fruit blossom. Grape vines are very hardy and it is only the soft young tissue damaged by late frosts. The plant should recover and produce strong new shoots, but there will be no flowers this year. A spray of seaweed extract over the developing new leaves will help recovery.

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