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Grapes #12602510
01/30/18 08:25 PM
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I'm jacked for this season. Vine's will be 6 yr old. Hope to get first jam/jelly produced this harvest. Also diving into making wine, mix, match, blend the 4 varioties... Have a lot to learn, any tips appreciated.






Re: Grapes [Re: RedSkeeter] #12602593
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Mix your different types of grapes and different levels of ripeness for a good wine. Grandparents had the little still in the cellar and they always mixed 3-4 different types of grapes.

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Re: Grapes [Re: RedSkeeter] #12602955
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I cannot get mine to fruit
They have blossoms
Where I grew up, we had an entire fence line of Mustang Grapes

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Re: Grapes [Re: butch sanders] #12603015
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Originally Posted By: butch sanders
I cannot get mine to fruit
They have blossoms
Where I grew up, we had an entire fence line of Mustang Grapes


Odd. Mustangs are supposed to be pretty easy to grow I thought. How old are they? What fertilizers are you using? How's the soil conditions around them?


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Re: Grapes [Re: RedSkeeter] #12603574
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i dont think the ones i have now
are Mustangs

Re: Grapes [Re: butch sanders] #12603721
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They seem to be needy, mildew and blk dot will knock them back too, you really have to love those babies to get a harvest imo.i have a blk Spanish southern that can fill a good size trash can FULL.. Real good flavor.
Out of the 4 vines 2 have seeds, 2 do not. The seeded grapes faired better than the non seed last two yrs...






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