They sure do. They’re generally considered a weed when found in orchards, nurseries, and vineyards. The Riverbank grape is native to North America, and we have the grapes we harvest today by hybridizing wild grapes. Their vines have a tendency to overtake whatever is supporting them, be it a tree or a fence. They can sometimes kill their tree host or make fences collapse with their weight, which is why they’re considered major problems for some.
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