I'm late in pruning my grapevine which was supposed to be pruned in late winter instead of spring. However, it may be for the best because pruning stimulates growth and we had a late hard freeze which probably would have damaged new buds on the plant. Thompson seedless grapes are supposed to be cane pruned instead of spur pruned because the spurs a distance from the head are more productive than near the head. Unfortunately, my vine only had two canes near each head and very vigorous growth near the ends of those canes. So this year I decided to utilize a modified spur prune. The planned cuts are marked in red. I carefully bent 1 spur at the end of each cut cane downward to extend the length of cane. Hopefully, that will stimulate more growth near the heads. If not, next winter I'll completely remove the two lower canes which are evolving into cordons.