Training Young Muscadines - Confused about Single Trunk...
I recently planted some muscadines (2 Black Beauties and an Ison) in my back yard and as I've researched, I understand that I need to work on training them in the first couple seasons.
When i look at diagrams and training literature, I see that most train a single trunk up to the wire and then train to have two cordons going in opposite directions. Simple enough.
But it looks like the muscadines that I bought were trained by the grower to have two trunks? See attached picture.
Should i cut one of the trunks away? Should I leave both and train them both up to the wire?
Any recommendations on what to do given with what I have to work with.