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Cotton candy grape vine, breed in America but been in Australia for some years. We’re are growing vines available
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Grape vine
Lismore NSW
25th January 2019 4:32pm
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BlackThumbed says...
Hi Grape Vine,

Would love to get ahold of some cuttings or a plant.

BT
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BlackThumbed
Malvern east
15th February 2019 5:16pm
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Mango Mike says...
I too would like to get some plants or Cuttings.... E/mail is mike.rule@hotmail.com
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Mango Mike
KARRABIN,4306,QLD
16th February 2019 8:14pm
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janebelle1 says...
Hi,

Would love to get a vine or two from you.
My email is: donotlovejane@hotmail.com
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janebelle1
MANGO HILL,4509,QLD
20th February 2019 6:27pm
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Markmelb says...
Heard Woolies had some Cotton Candy grapes and got some to try today - well typical American Marketing - they dont taste at all like its name - not overly sweet - agreeable flavour but not my bag - prefer Sultana or Thomson seedless and Black Sapphires.Some also had tiny seeds so not totally seedless - i wouldnt bother growing - hope my Autumn Royals are better?
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MOUNT WAVERLEY,3149,VIC
21st February 2019 9:55pm
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brad16 says...
Hi Markmelb,

Good to hear reports like this. I think the 'seedless' part may disappoint. I compare it to bones in fish. I like fish, but I know many people who don't, and it's primarily because they don't like fiddling with the bones. I've never come across a seed in any Sultana grape, purchased or grown, so Cotton Candy may have to be a great taster to win over those who demand NO SEEDS.

A certain percentage of 'Pink Lady' apple crops need to be tested to meet stringent requirements in order to uphold the trademark name. Otherwise the 'Pink Lady' name can not be used, and it is a 'Cripps Pink'.

https://pinkladyapples.com/exporters-hub/pink-lady-taste-quality-standards/

Maybe in the States, Cotton Candy grows (intentionally or not) to a sweeter profile, that they don't/didn't reach in here in Australia. So maybe we don't taste what they do over there.
Just a thought.

I like your feedback on them. After all, we eat what WE grow, so comparing them to what WE grow is the main thing :)

Thanks
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GOROKAN,2263,NSW
23rd February 2019 7:27pm
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Markmelb says...
Yes Brad ~ must taste alot different in California ~ maybe soil is the difference? A bit like how White Sapote can vary alot in flavour depending on where its growing.
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