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lee starts with ...
need advice best table grape variety suit bayside brisbane climate soil sandy?clay
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lee11
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12th July 2011 1:01am
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copingwithclay says...
Have you eaten muscadines before? If not, could you try to locate any growers there that would let you sample some different varieties? If you wanted to grow any and could not find plants, I could mail seeds in a month or so from here. My vines grow well in moist brown clay that is well-mulched. Although those planted in shade do produce grapes, the vines in full Sun produce bigger fruit. Regretfully, racoons, opossums, squirrels, crows, and woodpeckers all dine on muscadines. As do I.
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13th July 2011 10:10pm
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John Mc says...
Muscadines would probably suit. They don't produce large bunches of fruit like European grapes, and not as juicy. I don't mind them myself, I have three varieties and are thriving here, just north of Sydney. They're not easily obtainable in Australia but Daley's has them from time to time.
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