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Concord Grape


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Vitis labrusca x V. vinifera 'Concord' is a vigorous vine from the USA 1843 with a weeping habit and large thick leaves with a felty-white underside. Tight bunches with black medium-size grapes, thick skin with seeds. A labrusca variety from the USA with a characteristic passionfruit flavour, the oldest American selection. Great for making grape juice and preserving.

• Pollination: Self-pollinating
• Uses: Eating, juicing, preserves, wine
• Harvest: Mid season, early March
• Features: Suited to summer rainfall and acidic soils; great for making grape juice and preserving, heavy bearer

Reference 1: Glowinski, L. (1991) The complete book of fruit growing in Australia. Lothian Publishing Company, Port Melbourne.

Reference 2: Cirami, R. (1996) Tablegrapes for the home garden: A practical guide to growing tablegrapes in your garden. Winetitles, Marleston, SA.

Reference 3 


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