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Yatala Has anyone grown either of these two grapes in the Brisbane area & have they grown edible fruit?
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Mango Mike says...
Grapes can be grown in the Brisbane area.... Alot of table grapes were grown around what is now called Forest Lake... Black Muscat...Pink Iona & Isabella were varieties which grow well there....Can't advise on the two you mentioned....
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Grapes in the subtropics need to be resistant to disease, mildew/fungus. Also early harvest ripeness can help to miss the main rainy season, when most fungus problems occur due to humidity.
Trellis type, ie open air flow to the vines can be most helpful.
I think Menindee seedless is similar to Thompson seedless, but earlier.
Crimson seedless is also early.
With climate change, who knows what will now grow ??
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