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Give away Muscadine Grape

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Slicko starts with ...
I have a muscadine grape Noble I will give away to anyone who will travel to Carindale Qld to collect it. It has been in the ground for 1 season and has been pruned back hard. It is not what I was wanting and I intend to put something else in its place.
I will post a pic tomorrow morning

Mick
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CARINDALE,4152,QLD
26th April 2015 8:32pm
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Slicko says...
Here is the pic of the Noble. It is about 1 metre high in the pic but it has been cut back from over 2 metres

Mikc
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27th April 2015 3:42pm
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Markmelb says...
Was it a bit rampant in growth Mick or you just didnt like its taste?
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27th April 2015 5:04pm
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Slicko says...
It was pretty rampant Mark, probably more so than my sultana and isabella vines. More in density than long rambling canes. I also found its fruit not to be my liking. The Adonis I have is probably as rampant but its fruit is wonderfully sweet and juicy

Mick
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Markmelb says...
Yes - just wanted to know how vigorous they are - luckily I got an Adonis Vine basically from reading your tasting posts - (may be less so here in melb?)I also put in a White Muscat Gordo and a Red Globe same as what you get at Woollies etc.
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27th April 2015 7:06pm
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Mushroom says...
(My first time posting here. I hope I'm doing this right!)

I'll be happy to take the grape vine off your hands if you haven't given it away yet. Is there a way you can send me a private message with your details where to pick it up from?
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28th April 2015 12:25am
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Slicko says...
Hi Mushroom
You can contact me by email on mikedotcowieatbigponddotcom for address details etc
The noble is yours :)

Mick
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Mushroom says...
Thank you!
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ivepeters says...
Mushroom
Interested in a babaco & American pawpaw ?
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Mushroom says...
Thanks but I'll give it a pass ivepeters. My toddler completely uprooted my baby pawpaw tree and I had zero heart ache for it. No need to replace it. :P
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Slicko says...
Hi Ivepeters,

Is the American Pawpaw like the commercial ones you get at the fruit shop?

Does it have a similar taste??
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ivepeters says...
No not the standard one.
Asimina triloba
Don't know as yet,small,from Diggers, xmas pressie.


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Yoda on DMT says...
Asimina doesn't really taste like papaya, no. It's a different species altogether.

Papaya are actually a sort of herb--not really a tree. Not sure how papaya ended up being called pawpaw, it does cause confusion.
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The poster formerly known as... says...
Considering the many corruptions of world languages English has given Papaya to Pawpaw doesn't seem like a huge logical linguistic jump for me.
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Slicko says...
Hi Mark
Glad I was able to help with the selection of the Adonis.
Up here it was late to shoot after winter - about a month behind my sultanas and Isabellas but it started to flower almost immediately and flowered regularly throughout the year. Surprisingly most of the bunches of maybe 6 to a dozen grapes went on to maturity. I don't have any idea how it will act in a colder winter. There maybe someone near to you can let you know their experience.
Stay posted with it

Mick
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Markmelb says...
Will keep you posted come spring - it is deciduous so winter shouldnt be an issue here n Melb - only concern is the humidity that may be required - did yours keep some leaf over winter or drop the lot in your locale. Getting some lovely winter colours from cherrys plums and persimmons - The Jujube loses leaf a very strange way (its first winter)
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Slicko says...
I don't recall if it lost everything in the winter and it was late to start in spring but then it took off.
It is native to SE USA. http://www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/muscadinegrape.html provides more info.
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Gleb says...
Hi guys.
Something has eaten all the leaves on my muscadine vine. Not even a single leaf left on the ground underneath the vine. Could it be a possum? Any ideas? Thanks.
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