Propagate the seed indoors 4 - 6 weeks before last spring frost to jump-start the growth of your vines in the season; the soil should be warm to allow germination. Once the frost disappears, seed them outdoors. The ideal temperature for germination should fall in the range of 65°F to 85°F.
Prepare seedlings for transplant. They germinate very easily in around 3 weeks. Before planting, do lessen the seedlings to one vine per pot. Be gentle. Pulling the seedlings from the soil may end up damaging the main seedling. Now, it's time to transplant the seedling. Dig a hole, larger than the peat pot. Infuse the seedling and the peat pot in the planting hole. The pot will disintegrate in the soil, providing the necessary nutrients. Moisten the soil by watering it.
★ Removing dead/damaged vines: Cut the diseased vines, thus, reducing the chances of the disease spreading to other parts of your vines. Pruning such vines will also allow sunlight to reach the inner parts of your plant and promote aeration.
★ Controlling the shape: Trim the plants for a desirable shape, contributing to its healthy growth. The branches or buds should be cut in the direction you want your plant to grow.