Table Grape Cuttings

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Table Grape Cuttings

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These are grape cutting for rooting.  They usually root pretty easily in a garden bed or pot, but obviously results may vary.   You can find lot's of info online about rooting grape cuttings.  Honestly, I usually just shove them in the ground in a garden bed and they usually root, but you can no doubt increase your odds with more care.  Most are about 16 to 18 inches long with 3 to 4 buds and average around 3/8 to 1/2 inch diameter.

Reliance is my favorite grape.  It has an almost muscat like flavor, but fairly unique in my experience and not really the classic muscat, of which I'm not always fond.  it turns a light red when all the way ripe.  High sugar, high flavor, uniform sized grapes are compelling fresh eating and excellent frozen whole.  In fact, now that I think of it, as soon as I'm done listing this, I'm going to go get some out of the freezer!  The grapes come free from the stems pretty easily, so they are quick to process.  For freezing, I just pluck them, freeze them on a cookie sheet and bag them.  This is a tender, juicy grape and doesn't store or ship very well.  Strictly local sales or fresh homestead gourmet action.  The juice is great too and I'm sure it makes great raisins, though I can't remember.  My video review here:

Glenora is a very dark blue seedless grape with a crunchy texture.  It is my second favorite of the varieties I have growing here.  It freezes well, makes great dark colored juice and no doubt contains a whole lot of "antioxidant" compounds.  Excellent and fun fresh eating.  My only real complaint about this grape is that the stems have a tendency to stick to the grapes, which makes processing for raisins and freezing more fiddly.  For that reason, I will probably only ever have one, although now that I've had the juice I might change my mind on that.  My dorky video review here

 

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