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Grapes for the South?

Posted by girlgroupgirl 8 Atlanta (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 13, 08 at 15:25

Does anyone grow any no-spray grapes (other than muscadine or scuppernog, which we do not like?)


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RE: Grapes for the South?

  • Posted by shot 8 - GA (My Page) on
    Thu, Mar 13, 08 at 17:06

GGG - YOU DON'T LIKE MUSCADINES OR SCUPPERNOGS???? What part of the north are you from ??? lol

Guess you never heard scuppernogs referred to as scuplins then. Love'em and have a couple of vines of them.


RE: Grapes for the South?

Here is the short list of grapes for Texas that are resistant to Pierce's

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