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'Florida Fry': a bronze muscadine grape

, : 'Florida Fry': a bronze muscadine grape. HortScience 29(11): 1373-1374

Developed as one of 136 segregates from a cross between Triumph and Fla. AD3-42, this hermaphroditic, uniformly ripening Vitis rotundifolia variety (with resistance to Glomerella cingulata and Melanconium fuligineum) produces bronze, spherical fruit borne in moderately loose clusters averaging 6.3 berries per cluster. Berry weight (9.9 g) is 2 g lower than that of Fry and 100-seed weight is 8.1 g.

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