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Late autumn is considered an optimal time to renovate all trellises. Here's a little step by step guide on how to do it.
Step 1 - Remove plants
In late autumn is the best time for the renovation work, because the plants should be cut back anyway during this time. However, before you start the renovation work, you must first of all clear the previously clearly cut down main plant shoots from the mesh. For this you should build a support directly next to the respective plant - e.g. an old garden chair - and loosely lay the plant unfixed from the bars. Of course you can also lay short shoots on the ground for a short time. It is only important that the individual parts of the plant do not have any injuries, which of course also applies to the associated root area.
Step 2 - Renovation work
Depending on what type of trellis it is, this can now be renovated on site. It is better, however, if you remove the trellis, thoroughly renovate (possibly sanding the wood and repainting) and then re-attach. In this way, of course, trellises can be completely replaced or expanded significantly if necessary.
Step 3 - Thread plant shoots
After completion of the renovation work on the trellises and trellis of course, the previously removed plant shoots must be threaded back to it. This work requires not only the highest attention (risk of injury of the plants), but also a little gardening skill, so that the plant can grow again relatively evenly along the trellis next spring.