could we transplant these grapes?
We have two rows of grapes that were planted a couple years apart; and we are now faced with the reality - they were planted a bit too close for a riding lawn mover to get between them.
Both rows are healthy, and the older row already has solid hard-wood trunk, and produces small harvest of grapes. These are all wine grapes, not table grapes.
Could we safely transplant the younger row this fall just few inches/a foot away to fix the problem? When and how should we do this? This row was planted 3 years ago and the plants are still young, no "hardwood" trunk formed yet.
If we don't do it this year, that row will become more mature and too late to transplant by next year?
The other alternative would be to leave everything as is, and rely on manual walk-behind mover, argghh! Right now the weeds are completely taken over the path between the two rows.