Currents, you know the small raisens or grapes known as currents. Usualy golden and really sweet. The grapes grow on vines like any other grape. These vines are over a hundred years old and are really spookey. Some are 6/7 feet tall and walking down the rows can be very scary with all the gnarly arms sticking out and the anthropormorphic shapes.
I was invited by Steve DaSilva to make some cuttings of the unique shapes these grape branches have. The whole Bunker crew was there helping.
Frome left to right: Justin Case, Steve DaSilva, No Bai De and Curt and Rod
Steve showing Curt and Rod some of his collection.
No Bai De in the background and Steve helping Justin Case make the correct cut.
No Bai De and Rod scope out a large grape stump to strip.
Justin Case wears his pants like I do…half off
No Bai De and Curt look at a map, they seem to be in the neighbors field….oops
Gnarly old bastards.
These were the four I cut. I screwed them to a small square of plywood to tie them into the pots. Backfilled with growing mix and now I just have to wait. Leaves are slow to come, around April. Might have roots before leaves.