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Old 02-21-2017, 07:45 PM   #131
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Mostly Muscadines. The research farm not far from me has a variety that they have been experimenting with and they say it's done well. Muscadines grow really well in my area. There are literally thousands of wild vines and there are several farms that grow them for a large winery here. About 40-50 miles north of me vinifera grows well. I actually today was given access to about three acres of them for free.

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