Replacing Grape Vines With Fruit and Nut Trees
We are going to be moving to the country next month. The property has a vineyard and one corner the vines were damaged by a fire. The whole thing is watered by drip irrigation. I really don't plan to just have a vineyard and would like a farm with all types of nut and fruit trees.
Could I just clear out where the dead/burned vine was and plant something new in it's place? I figured it would also get watered when the vines do. The ground is sandy so I know I would have to add something to the ground before we plant but I don't know what. We live in the California's central valley.
Our zone is 9 I believe.
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Just a comment about fruit trees. They make a lot of mess. Be sure you are willing to go out there and clean it up on a daily basis because if you don't, your property is an open invitation to rats.
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