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Group Title: CFREC Leesburg Research Report - Central Florida Research and Education Center ; LGB 94-2
Title: Muscadine and bunch grape cultivar recommendations for Florida
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Title: Muscadine and bunch grape cultivar recommendations for Florida
Series Title: CFREC Leesburg Research Report - Central Florida Research and Education Center ; LGB 94-2
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Mortensen, J. A.
Hopkins, D. L.
Harris, J. W.
Publisher: University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Central Florida Research and Education Center
Publication Date: 1994
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States -- Florida
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Volume ID: VID00001
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HISTORIC NOTE


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not reflect current scientific knowledge
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Agricultural Sciences and should be
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MUSCADINE AND BUNCH GRAPE CULTIVAR RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FLORIDA

J. A. Mortensen, D. L. Hopkins and J. W. Harris


Table 1. Eighteen muscadine grape cultivar choices for various purposes and uses.

Variety Color Wine U-Pick Fresh Mkt. Juice, Jelly Commercial Dooryard


Alachua black yes yes yes yes yes
Albemarle black yes
Carlos bronze yes -yes yes
Cowart black yes
Dixie bronze yes yes yes yes yes
Doreen bronze yes yes yes yes
Florida Fry bronze yes yes yes yes
FryZ bronze yes yes yes yes
Golden Isles bronze yes -yes yes yes
Granny Val bronze yes
Jumboz black yes
Nesbitt black yes yes yes yes
Noble black yes yes yes yes
Southern Home black yes
Southland black yes yes
Summitz bronze yes yes yes yes
Triumph bronze yes yes yes yes
Welder bronze yes yes yes yes
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.


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Table 2. Ten self-fertile bunch grape cultivars worthy of trial in PD-affected areas for
various purposes and uses.


Variety Color Wine U-Pick Fresh Mkt. Juice, Jelly Commercial Dooryard


Black Spanish black yes yes yes
Blanc Du Bois light green yes yes yes yes
Blue Lake purple yes yes
Conquistador purple yes yes yes yes yes yes
Daytona pink yes
Lake Emerald green yes yes yes
MissBlue blue yes yes
Orlando Seedless light green yes
Stover light green yes yes yes yes yes yes
Suwannee light green yes yes yes






Table 3. Rootstock cultivars recommended for the 10 scion varieties of bunch grape
listed in Table 2.


Rootstock Variety
Scion Variety Tampa Florilush Dog Ridge Lake Emerald


Black Spanish yes yes yes no
Blanc Du Bois no no no no
Blue Lake no no no no
Conquistador no yes yes no
Daytona yes yes yes no
Lake Emerald no no no no
MissBlue no no no no
Orlando Seedless yes no no no
Stover yes yes yes yes
Suwannee no yes yes no


NOTE: This publication is intended to help the grower determine what cultivar to choose
for his purpose. Although recommendations are made for each cultivar, it should be
noted that each grower will decide how they are used, according to the circumstances
that they are subjected to.


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