Sure. You can grow most anything without fertilizer if it is native to the area where you are growing it or tolerant of the conditions there. It may or may not do well, produce quality fruit, have good volume, etc., but you can grow it.
The grape vine usually needs less fertilization than an annual plant. Small amounts of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) is needed for the healthy growth of the grape vine. The roots of the grape vine spreads well under normal conditions.
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