Asked in Grapes
Where are grapes planted?
Asked in Agriculture, Argentina, Grapes
Why were French instead of Italian grapes planted in Argentina?
How are seedless grapes grown?
Seedless grapes Are a product of a genetic defect in which seeds are still present, smaller, and not coated in a hard coating. it is called stenospermocarpy. a few seedless grapes are truly seedless i.e produce fruit without fertilization, such as current grapes used for the raisin industry Most all of the seedless varieties are planted clones.
Asked in Agriculture, Ancient History, Mesopotamia
What did farmers in ancient mesopotamia grow?
Asked in Wine and Champagne
Where can one plant the widely planted red wine grapes called Grenache?
Asked in Agriculture, Farm Crops, Ancient Greece
What major crops were grown in ancient Greece?
Asked in English Language
How do you combine this sentence you planted cactus he planted cactus?
Asked in Collective Nouns
What is the collective noun for grapes on the vine?
Asked in Grapes
Planted concord grapes but grapes are very small purple and don't taste like Concord grapes what happened?
I just researched the same question and found out all about pruning at this website extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog/html/ec/ec1305/ Apparently a few of my canes were actually thinned without my help because while MOST of my fruit was scragglu, I did get several buches fuller and more robust than usual.??? Good luck!
Asked in The Difference Between, Grapes
What is the difference between seedless grapes and seeded grapes?