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This is when new shoots begin to emerge, removing those that are not adequate, including those appearing below the graft. During spring, the vines begin to bloom and are pollinated. The grape berries then begin to form. The land should be ploughed when weeds begin to appear. In spring, the vines begin to secrete a colourless liquid over the "wounds" inflicted during pruning and the bloom. We must continuously monitor the vines. The cold and fog are sworn enemies of the vineyard during this season, and mildew may appear, affecting the future fruit.