Tolerant of most soil types, but must be well draining. 6 to 8 hours of full, warm summer sun are necessary for optimal fruit production. Spacing of 6 to 8 feet is recommended for multiple plants along a fence or if trellised. Water young plants sufficiently to maintain and encourage deep roots and a strong main trunk. Supplemental watering during the warm, dry months is recommended when the top few inches of soil have dried out. Avoid getting irrigation water on the foliage, as this can lead to diseases. For disease prevention, a thorough cleaning of fallen foliage throughout the season and after autumnal leaf drop is also recommended. Avoid pruning until the second full winter of a new grape planting. A hard pruning of 75–95% of the previous season’s growth is recommended during the dormant season, between January and March. Remove any sucker growth coming from the ground and lateral branching that you do not wish to train onto the trellis or arbor. Thin the clusters in early summer to allow the remaining bunches to yield larger fruit. Table grapes are self-fertile, no cross pollinator need.