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www.honeyflowfarm.com/Table/The-Grape-Varieties/Seedless-Table-Grapes

Canadice is a cultivar of seedless red grape with a bit of a spicy flavor. It is a mid season cultivar ripening about mid-September into October and is hardy up to -20 degrees Fahrenheit. It is used as a table grape and is described as productive with a flavor similar to Delaware grapes.

www.willisorchards.com/category/bunch-&-seedless-grape-vines

Bunch grapes are the classical type of grapes used since the beginning of recorded history. Bunch grapes grow in large pods that average 100 berries per bunch. They are used for jelly, jams, preserves, wine, juice, and fresh eating. Seedless grapes are the same, with the exception of no seeds. Seedless grapes are primarily used for fresh eating.

specialtyproduce.com/produce/Black_Seedless_Grapes_1222.php

The most common Black seedless grapes grown as table grapes are Vitis vinifera and Vitis labrusca, or a hybrid of the two. Black seedless grapes are prized for their lush, juicy pulp, very sweet flavors, and highly aromatic skins that offer a pleasant chewiness. Some of the more notable varieties found on the market are Black Monukka, Summer ...

www.hardyfruittrees.ca/catalog/grape-vine/somerset-zone-3-a-seedless-grape-of-the...

The grape vines you buy are 2 year old plants. Its origin. Somerset was bred by Elmer Swenson in Wisconsin. Swenson was a pioneer in the breeding of cold-climate table grapes and brought us most of the cold hardy varieties that we have today. Somerset is a cross between ES 5-3-64 and Petit Jewel and has Thompson seedless has one of his ...

www.starkbros.com/growing-guide/article/growing-seedless-grapes

General Types of Grape Vines. Table Grapes (seeded or seedless) Wine Grapes (commonly seeded) Muscadine Grapes (commonly seeded) The most common seedless grapes are table grapes. It's possible to use varieties of table grapes for juice and even wine, but they are ideal for fresh-eating.

grapes.extension.org/arkansas-table-grape-cultivars

‘Neptune’ is a seedless, white grape that is non-slipskin and has a fruity flavor, but is not foxy. This cultivar has excellent clusters that are fairly large and loose enough to deter much bunch rot. The berry size is medium, not as large as some table grapes, but certainly large enough to be pleasing.

ctl.cornell.edu/wp-content/uploads/plants/Cornell_grape_varieties_comparison...

D1925: The ‘Marquis’ grape resulted from the 1964 cross of 'Athens' with 'Emerald Seedless.' It is a mid-season, white seedless grape with large, spherical berries borne on large clusters. ‘Marquis’ grapes are of excellent eating quality with melting texture and rich flavor. Vines are moderately cold-hardy, medium in vigor and productive.

www.sun-world.com/proprietary-grape-varieties

Sun World operates one of the largest and longest-running proprietary table grape breeding and licensing enterprise in the world. In its 40+ years of operation, the Sun World Variety Development Center has filed more than 50 table grape plant patents, and today those varieties are grown in all table grape growing regions of the world.

doubleavineyards.com/hardiness-zone-4

American Varieties Hybrid Varieties Seedless Grapes Grafted Vinifera Grafted Hybrids Southern Varieties Grapevines by Use Wine Table Juice Jelly Decorative Raisin Rootstock ... Referred to as "the best American table grape" in The Grapes of New York (Hedrick, 1907), Delaware is an early-ripening red variety with small berries and clusters, and ...

digginginthedriftless.com/2010/10/01/seedless-grapes-in-wisconsin-maybe

We have a seedless table grape trial at the West Madison Ag. Research Station. All varieties were planted during the summer of 2007. Four summers of trial have proven that there are more seedless table grapes than Reliance hardy in Wisconsin. We are also working on a wine research project.