It had to be done and better late than never. The grapevine has one central stem that grows the length of the greenhouse. In previous years I've trained side shoots to come out from the stem to make a canopy (Plan A). This year I'm trying something different.
I'd left one side shoot to grow during last season and trained it to run parallel to the main stem. I will keep all new side shoots short so (hopefully) this year's bunches of grapes will grow near to these 2 main stems so giving more light from above for the tomatoes.
Old leaves were blown away and side shoots cut back to 2 buds which faced downwards.
This vine has been growing years and this close-up shows all the cut backs.
There are a few downward facing buds which I hope will produce fruit this year. If not then I'll have to revert to Plan A next year!