Muscadine


A Hard Lesson To Learn In The Vineyard

Posted on: June 21st, 2019

About 2 months ago I was on the phone with a muscadine grower in South Carolina. He had a very good crop the fall of 2018, but his vines had not put out this spring. The varieties he had planted are vigorous plants and rarely over-crop, so I was perplexed on why his vines failed […]

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Muscadine Variety Spotlight: SUGARGATE

Posted on: May 17th, 2018

Variety Spotlight – “Sugargate” Sugargate is an early ripening black female that we released here at our nursery. Before Sugargate the only large black fruited muscadine was the Jumbo. Jumbo is a very large fruit but it ripened late in the season and in my opinion had to be almost dead ripe before it was sweet. […]

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Cold Weather and Muscadine Vines

Posted on: May 17th, 2018

This is the second week this winter that much of the Southeast is having winter temperatures that are below our normal averages. We have seen snow in unusual places, we have seen days when the temperature doesn’t get above 32, and we are only at January 15th. Muscadines are a tough plant, they are native […]

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Muscadines, The Next Big Thing?

Posted on: January 14th, 2016

Muscadines could be one of the the last frontiers. Being a business owner I am always looking for the next big thing or new ways to market or merchandise products. I recently visited a new clothing store in Griffin that is selling clothing lines that up to this point have only been recognized on southern […]

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Fall Muscadine Maintenance

Posted on: March 7th, 2015

Muscadine vines are just about to finish the harvest for the season, but the work for the season is not over yet. There is still maintenance to be done until the vines go completely dormant. Hopefully following these tips will ensure a productive harvest for 2013. Water: 1) This time of year the vines are exhausted […]

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Muscadines

Posted on: March 7th, 2015


Do Your Plants Have Gas In Their Tanks ?

Posted on: June 26th, 2014

Do you make sure your gas tank is not on “E” before you make a trip to work, shopping, or vacation? One of the first things I do when I get into my vehicle is to make sure I have enough gas to get where I need to go. Fuel is what keeps us going […]

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Best Wine Varieties for the South

Posted on: March 3rd, 2014

Making wine is one of the oldest crafts in the world dating back to the days of the bible. The most important elements of great wine are in the following order; the grapes the climate the soil the winemaker For us southerners we are limited to the muscadine family (Muscadonia Rotundifolia), Lenoir (black Spanish), Blanc du […]

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Winter Pruning For Muscadines

Posted on: February 25th, 2014

It will soon be time to prune your muscadine vines.  Annual pruning of muscadines is a must if the vineyard is to be kept at its optimum production level. Unpruned vineyards may bear alternately, are nearly impossible to harvest, and are also more vulnerable to pest attacks because of reduced spray coverage and poor air […]

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Muscadines: 2 Year Plus, 2 Year Bare-root and 2 Year Potted

Posted on: November 15th, 2013

We offer muscadine vines in 3 different categories. 2 year Plus bare-root 2 year bare-root 2 year potted The 2 Year Plus bare-root muscadine vines are our finest plants.  These muscadine vines are 2 year old plants that have grown at or longer than 5 feet and have an excellent root system. The advantage of planting […]

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