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Triming Grape Vines

We were lucky enough to move into a home that has a huge backyard for gardening.  I'm not much of a green thumb, but I loooove getting my hands dirty and having that satisfaction of being able to say, "We grew this in our garden."  However, the place came with grape vines that were out of control last year because we had no idea how to trim them back. Because there was no up keep on them, the grapes barely grew (and someone told me it was a bad season last year for the grapes).  I've heard the first thaw in Feb is when you trim (which that's come and gone and been replaced with 6 more inches of snow). The hubs already took advantage of trimming back the vines a little, but it still looks like we could do more to it.   Anyone know what to do? 

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