[Muscadine and Scuppernong cross pollination is necessary and important if you are looking to produce scuppernongs and muscadines. Male muscadines will self pollinate, however, the female muscadine is much larger in size with a more desirable consumer appeal for flavor, size and commercial price. The female muscadine will not produce fruit unless it is planted with a male pollinator in a ratio of three females to one male. The male 'Carlos' scuppernong is a favorite plant to grow with female vineyard operations, and the 'Carlos' can produce 100 pounds of very sweet wine grapes per vine, even though the individual grape size is small, about half the size of the female.]