How to grow grapes Northern Marsh

One of the interesting varieties is the Northern Marsh Marsh. It contains a huge amount of vitamins and minerals in the composition, especially necessary for residents of regions with harsh climates.

Grapes growing Northern Marsh

Grade characteristics

Grapes are ancient varieties. He appeared on the Don, received the name because of its shape, the "shoulders" of the bunch.

People came up with a few more names for the Northern Marshman's Grape grapes:

  • Goryun (looks like a mountain);
  • Smallpox because the berries are shed;
  • Black wine due to the dark color of berries;
  • Horned brush due to brush shape.

The variety is resistant to frost, it is successfully grown in different regions of the country.

The Northern shoulder strain is not resistant to diseases, therefore, it requires protective measures against fungal and viral diseases.

The variety is demanding on the composition of the soil and its moisture. When planting, it is important to conduct a preliminary analysis of the soil, to ensure regular watering to obtain good productivity.

Vines description

The deduced species has the following characteristics of the vine:

  • high growth force;
  • good maturation;
  • frost resistance up to -32 ° C;
  • average ripening period.

130 days are required from the moment of budding up to the complete ripening of the crop. Mass gathering begins in late August or in the first week of September (in the southern regions). Closer north, the clusters ripen by September 20.

Foliage description

Leaves are distinguished by small indentations on the sides. Streaks are clearly visible on them, they are dense, with pronounced teeth.

The quality of the leaves, their density on the vine, makes it possible to decorate the site with grapes. Summer arbors look good. In their shade it is pleasant to relax in the summer heat.

Expressive, dense, medium-sized leaves look great with decorative zoning.

Fruit Description

The fruits have a sweet taste.

Berries, as described, have the following characteristics:

  • moderate density;
  • round form;
  • weight - from 1 to 2 g;
  • blue with a purple tint;
  • thin skin;
  • sugar content - 25%;
  • acidity - 7 g / l.

The peel, despite its strength, is thin and delicate in taste. On the berries a small white coating. The taste is sweet, with a slight acidity. There are few seeds, they well depart from the pulp.

Features of agricultural technology

The peculiarity of this grape is that the colder the climate in which it grows, the tastier and healthier the berries. To grow the Northern variety, you need to take into account some tricks and subtleties of agricultural technology.


For planting, warming up the earth. It should thaw no less than half a meter. In the northern regions, this occurs in late May or early June.

To wait for favorable weather, the shoulder coat is dug in a container and left in a place where there are no drafts.

Uniform heating of the soil is achieved by digging a trench along the entire landing, from its southern side. Melt water will move faster, the earth will quickly heat up to the desired temperature throughout the entire depth.

If it is impossible to dig a trench (there is little space or there is simply no way to drip in this place), grapes should be planted in bulk ridges up to 70 cm high, located in the eastern direction. This allows you to increase the temperature by 2 ° C, the intensity of kidney growth and even distribution of light. With this method of planting, rotting from excess moisture does not threaten the root system.


The vine grows intensively and requires additional nutrients. When a ridge landing, the intensity of their consumption increases significantly.

Enrichment of the soil is carried out several times per season. In the first ten days of May, 10-12 kg of rotted manure or other organic matter is introduced under each bush. This helps the growth and development of shoots, slows the leaching of the necessary minerals due to rain. Fertilizer laid out under the bushes and do not drip. This makes it possible to get food through the bottom row of leaves, and then through the root system.

In the northern regions, fertilizers must be applied in proportion to the crop obtained last year. This is the main feature of the fertilizer procedure for this variety.

Disease prevention

Northern Marsh Marsh is resistant to disease, but this does not mean that no measures need to be taken to protect it.

It is important to regularly trim and thin out shoots and foliage. Excess ovaries interfere with ventilation and contribute to the emergence of fungus. The bush does not receive enough sunlight, in the thickened part a favorable flora is formed for pathogens.

Every 7-10 days foliage is treated with fungicide and insecticide to eliminate the possibility of damage to the future crop by pests.


There is no better grape for home-made wine or juice than Severny, with its rich taste and peculiar aroma. It is well kept.


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