muscadine grapes - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by aruscoe777
August 31, 2010
I bought a bronze muscadine plant from you last year. I do not know what kind it is or if it is self-fertile. It did not fruit this year. Is there some way to tell what kind I have or if it needs a pollinator. How old does a muscadine typically have to be before it will fruit? Thanks...Amy

Answer from NGA
August 31, 2010
Your muscadine grapevine is self fruitful and will develop grapes without another cultivar nearby. These plants develop grapes about 3 years after planting so you still have another year to wait for fruit. But it will be worth the wait!

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