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Group Title: Research Report - Leesburg CFREC ; LGB 90-13
Title: Muscadine and bunch grape cultivar recommendations for Florida.
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Title: Muscadine and bunch grape cultivar recommendations for Florida.
Series Title: Research Report - Leesburg CFREC ; LGB 90-13
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Mortensen, John A.
Publisher: Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. University of Florida.
Publication Date: 1990
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Subject: Muscadine and Bunch Grape
Cultivar Recommendations
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States -- Florida -- Leesburg
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075771
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES


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CENTRAL FLORIDA RESEARCH AND
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JSCADINE AND BUNCH GRAPE


John A. Mortensen,


Table 1.


Sixteen muscadine grape cultivar choices for various purposes
and uses.


Expected Uses
White Red U-Pick Fresh Juice, Home Gardens
Variety Wine Wine Bronze Black Mkt. Jelly Bronze Black

Alachua X X
Albemarle X
Carlos X X
Cowart X
Dixie X X XY X
Doreen X XY X
Fryz X
Golden Isles X
Granny Val X X X
Jumboz X
Nesbitt X X X
Noble X X
Southland X
Summit X X
Triumph X X
Welder X XY
ZFemale variety: requires a self-fertile muscadine nearby for good fruit
set (25 ft or less). Self-fertile varieties bear fruit well without a
different variety nearby.
YBlend juice with Noble for color.


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CULTIARECOIMMENDATIONS FOR FLORIDA


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Table 2.


Ten self-fertile bunch grape cultivars worthy of trial in PD-affected areas for
various murvoses and uses.


Expected Uses
White Red U-Pick Fresh Juice, Home Gardens
Variety Wine Wine Purple White Nkt. Jelly Purple Red White


Black Spanish X X
Blanc Du Bois X
Blue Lake X X
Conquistador X X X X X
Daytona X
Lake Emerald X
MissBlue X X
Orlando Seedlessz X X
Stover X X X
Suwannee X X X
Zuse of Orlando Seedless for white wine is not adequately tested, but a possibility.


Table 3.


Rootstock cultivars recommended for the 10 scion
varieties of bunch grape listed in Table 2.


Rootstock Variety
Scion Variety Tampa Dog Ridge Lake Emerald


Black Spanish Yes Yes No
Blanc Du Boisz -
Blue Lakez
Conquistador Yes Yes No
Daytonaz -
Lake Emeraldz -
MissBluez
Orlando Seedless Yes No No
Stovery Yes Yes Yes
Suwanneez---
zNo grafting required under most soil situations.
YStover performs best when grafted on Lake Emerald or Tampa in upland
Florida soils; in flat land on beds use Tampa or Dog Ridge. In high pH
soils grow Stover as ungrafted plants.









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