Im hoping this is the right place for this question but here goes.
When will the advanced courses be available if you have completed the guyot and spur pruning courses?
Second, Is there any content on training young vines or the suckers from surgery?
Third, What about taking cuttings to produce new plants to replace old rotted vines?
Finally, i would love to see examples and case studies of vineyards where poor pruning practises have been used and how you can convert to the S&S method. E.g vines that have no clear spurs, canes sideways, inconsistent vegetive points, Way to long cordons. I would love to see examples of how you can rescue the vines and potentially bring in back into line with the S&S method.
I have completed the Guyot/Spurred Cordon courses and have every intention to move to the advance courses.
Everything you have listed sounds perfect and i cannot wait to sign up and progress into these courses.
Our vineyard is adopting the S&S method as we speak and i’ve been told that there is a local vineyard in Mudgee Australia that has adopted the S&S from scratch and guess what! No trunk rot, no dieback. All healthy living tissue. Marco visited our town of Mudgee one day on a tour of Australia to give some training i believe.
Thanks anyways guys, i look forward to the new advance courses and i cant wait for them to come out. If you need any early beta testers please let me know id be happy to help out.
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