I've pruned my muscadine grape vines, and water is dripping from the cuts. I was told they might bleed to death. Is that possible?
The water that's dripping is sap. The sap is running because it's spring, the weather is warming, and your vines are coming out of dormancy. There is no danger that your vines will "bleed" to death.
There is a possibility that orange slime mold might grow in the sap. You can read about that in another blog post. The slime mold won't harm your plants.
John J Marshall
John also blogs at goGardenNow.blogspot.com.