Your question: Can you grow grapes in Thailand?

Thailand has a tropical climate, which seems to stimulate the growth of grapes immensely. The first crop can be expected only 14 to 16 months after planting. The harvest can be timed at will because planting and pruning can be done at anytime of the year.

Can grapes grow in hot climates?

At present, grape is the most important fruit crop grown commercially with the objectives. … The ideal climate for grape growing is the Mediterranean climate. In its natural habitat, the vines grow and produce during the hot and dry period.

Do grape vines need lots of water?

Irrigation is essential for good vine growth and production. Grapes will adapt to low water conditions, but fruit production will be reduced. … Generally, a fully trellised mature vine on a hot day in the Central Valley requires about 8 to 10 gallons (30.3 to 37.9 l) of water per day.

Can grapes survive winter?

Cold- and Warm-Hardy Grapes

American grapes are the most cold-hardy, while European grapes are more delicate and need warmer weather. … Protecting grapevines in winter is vital regardless of the purpose of the grape. Just know that grapevines need several years of growth before you can harvest a crop.

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