Vine arms running horizontally

The ‘arm’ of a vine is a viticultural word for the woody framework of the vine from which the canes and spurs emanate.

The position of the arms is determined by the vine-training system utilized. They can be borne along cordons at intervals so that the buds, following trimming, are positioned to space the bearing shoots as desired. Alternatively, like with some cane pruning methods, the arms may be positioned on a short head at the top of the trunk.

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