Hall Muscadine

Hall muscadine. Bronze self-fertile. New release from UGA.
Hall muscadine. Bronze self-fertile. New release from UGA.

Category: Bronze Varieties Self-Fertile Varieties

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Product Description

Muscadine vines ship between late November and late April.

This is a new variety released from University of Georgia.  This large fruit is an early ripening variety with a beautiful bright, yellow golden skin. Vine is vigorous, disease resistant and is a heavy bearer. Fruit is sweet and juicy with excellent flavor. High dry scar percentage, 18% sugar.

Muscadine planting instructions and how to videos.

Available Plant Sizes:

2 Year Bare-root – The majority of the plants we grow are 2 year bare-root.  The average length of the vines are 2-4′ with an excellent root system.

2 Year Bare-Root Plus –These are the largest and highest quality plants that we offer.  They have had exceptional growth, have an excellent root system and average 4-6′ foot in length.  These vines will be very close to reaching the top wire on your trellis.

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It’s a small cost but offers a big reward for your vineyard.

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Additional Information

Size

2 year Bare-root (2-4′), 2 year Bare-root Plus (5’+), 2 year Potted (1 gallon)

Product Details

Fruit Color: Bronze
Fruit Size: 1"
Uses: Fresh Eating
Sugar Content: 18%
Ripens/Harvest: Early Season
pH: 6.0-6.5
Years to Bear: 2 Years
Zone Range: 7-10
Plant Spacing: 15-20 ft
Pollination: Self-Fertile
Depth: Top root 1-2" below ground
Spread: 15-20 ft
Fruit Yield: 60+ lbs
Sun/Shade: Full sun
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