what kind of grapes would grow well the midland area without the use of hemicals? - Knowledgebase Question

sanford, Mi
Question by knhinthewood
August 28, 2008
I am thinking of planting some grapevines along side a fence and i was looking for some varieties that are hardy seedless table grapes. i am not a fan of concord with their thick skin. any suggestions? I know i'll have to wait til spring to plant. which varities does the homedepot plan on selling? thank you


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Answer from NGA
August 28, 2008

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You have an extensive list of choices. According to Michigan State University, the following table grapes grow well in your region:

White: Himrod;
Interlaken Seedless; Lakemont; Marquis; Remaily Seedless; Romulus ;NY65.479.2; and
V64023.

Blue:
Concord Seedless; Glenora;Mars; Venus; ES3-22-18.

Red:
Canadice; Challenger; Einset Seedless; Reliance; Saturn; Suffolk Red; and Vanessa.

Grapes are generally insect and disease free. Provide lots of sunshine and water and they should grow well for you.

Enjoy!

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