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Hunt Muscadine (F)

Hunt Muscadine (F)



 
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(Female) Hunt Muscadine Grape Vine is a very large grape, and the juicy pulp is easily extracted for fresh eating by pressing the bottom of the grape. When Hunt muscadine grapes are ripe they will darken from light green to dark purple, and it ripens early in September. Plant a male pollinator with the Hunt muscadine for getting the best cross fertilization.

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  • Muscadine Preserves and Grape Juice


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1 of 5 Bought 4 different kind all dead May 10, 2021
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5 of 5 April 13, 2021
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4 of 5 Looks ok February 17, 2021
Reviewer: Scott Greer from Navarre Fl  
The roots look good rest of vine not so much. But I’m not a plant professional so hopefully that’s how it’s supposed to look during the winter and come spring it will thrive

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