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Vines for wreaths and other products

Regional grapevines include fox grape ( Vitis lambrusca ); summer grape ( Vitis aestivalis ); riverbank grape ( Vitis reparis ); winter ( Vitis vulpina ); graybark grape ( Vitis cinerea ); and muscadine ( Vitis roundifolio ).


W ild grape ( Vitis spp. ) is a native vine found throughout Pennsylvania. There are various species of wild grape occurring in a variety of habitats.

Vitis riparia Michaux

1 Vitis riparia Michaux Common Names: River-bank grape, frost grape There are currently two grape species known as Frost Grape. To avoid confusion, V. riparia


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Identification of Ellagic Acid Conjugates and Other ...

Identification of Ellagic Acid Conjugates and Other Polyphenolics in Muscadine Grapes by HPLC-ESI-MS JOON-HEE LEE, † JODIE V. JOHNSON, § AND STEPHEN T. TALCOTT*

(Mahonia aquifolium)

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Colorado Grape Growers' Guide

1 Introduction Wine grapes have been grown in several counties of Colorado since the end of the last century. A renewed interest in wine grape cultivation was initiated during the mid-70's and the most dramatic growth of the Colorado Wine Industry is occurring this decade.


1 INSECT PEST MANAGEMENT IN WESTERN COLORADO VINEYARDS By Rick Zimmerman Research Entomologist Western Colorado Research Center -Rogers Mesa INSECT PESTS OF WINE GRAPES Grape Mealybug Grape Leafhopper Grape Berry Moth Grape Flea Beetle Sphinx Moth Larvae Grape Mealybug Over winters as egg or 1st ...

A description of Currently Available Fungicides for Grape ...

The following information describes the fungicide options currently available for control of Powdery Mildew, Downy mildew and Botrytis Bunch rot A description of Currently Available Fungicides for Grape Disease Control

Pruning Grapevines

If the vine is left unpruned, the number of grape clusters would be excessive. The vine would be unable to ripen the large crop or sustain adequate vegetative growth.