The binomial name for Muscadine is Vitis rotundifolia. Almost all Grapes in the world come from cultivars of Vitis vinifera, or Common Grape vine, native to the Mediterranean and Central Asia. Relatively minor amounts of Grapes come from American and Asian species including Vitis rotundifolia, and also Vitis labrusca, or Fox Grape, that includes the famous Concord Grape cultivar, Vitis riparia, the wild Riverbank Grape or Frost Grape, native to the Eastern U.S. and up to Quebec, and Vitis amurensis, the Amur Grape, the most important Asian species.
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Muscadine Festival focuses on photo contest
KENANSVILLE -- The second annual N.C. Muscadine Photo Contest will be held in September. Photographers are invited to enter their own photos in four categories and vie for prizes. The contest is being sponsored by SE North Carolina magazine and the ... StarNewsOnline.com [ story ]
Mom on the Go: Local grapes are delicious and straight from the vine
Grape picking is ON! This is one of our favorite agricultural visits that we do every year. From muscadine to concord grapes, we have plenty of options around here. Starting this week at Auman Vineyards, you can grab a bucket and pick muscadine or ... Fayetteville Observer (blog) [ story ]
Global Muscadine Market 2017 – Georgia, Washington
Worldwide Muscadine Market 2017 presents a widespread and fundamental study of Muscadine industry along with the analysis of subjective aspects which will provide key business insights to the readers. Global Muscadine Market 2017 research report ... Ask Reporter 24 [ story ]