rooting muscadine grape vines still attached to the mother plant
Has anyone tried this.I took 5 - five gal buckets and filled them up with rich black dirt and placed them next to some of my muscadine grape vines. I took some long runners and about midway of the runners a picked off the leaves and buried this part of the runner about a third the way down in the bucket, I left a couple of feet of the runner sticking out of the bucket along with leaving the runner attached to the mother plant.I am thinking i will leave it in the bucket till spring and then cut the vine away from the mother plant, by this time it should have roots i think??? Will this process only produce vines? or will it eventually produce vines that will grow grapes? I 'am new at this rerooting thing but i'am having fun trying. Thanks for any imput.