Want to grow organic grapes? Check out this heirloom “Atoka!” Heirloom from 1893. (America x Delaware). Growth vigorous; cluster large, slightly conical to nearly cylindrical, often with short shoulder, berries small to medium, dark purplish-red, skin thin and never cracks; pulp juicy, tender, very sprightly and agreeable with ripened, Resists disease and climatic changes excellently. Adapted south and north. Plant 10 to 12 feet apart. Long arm pruning. Perfect flower. Extremely disease resistant. This grape is part of a new series of extremely disease resistant “Munson” grapes we are offering for those needing to grow organic grapes without chemicals. Check these Munson grapes out! Extremely rare. CANNOT SHIP TO CA, WA, OR.
Uses: Excellent fresh eating, juicing.
Pollination: Grapes do not need pollination in order to set full crops.
Resistant to: Extremely resistant to fruit rots and black rot, mildew, fungus and insects.
Plant Size: 1 YR, approximately 2′ bare-root vines with excellent root systems.
Zones 5-8 (estimate)
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