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Muscadine Health Benefits – an Interview with Dr. Patricia Gallagher, Wake Forest University School of Medicine

Xiaonan Shi (M.S.), Small Fruits Research and Extension Group, Department of Horticultural Science, NC State University.Mark Hoffmann, Small Fruits Extension Specialist, Department of Horticultural Science, NC State University. Muscadine grapes are native to the southeastern region of the United States. Commercial muscadine plantings in the South can be found in…
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The Muscadine Industry in North Carolina: A Discussion with North Carolinian Fresh Market Muscadine and Muscadine Wine Producers

Emma Volk, Research Technician, Small Fruits Research and Extension Group, NC State University.Mark Hoffmann, Small Fruits Extension Specialist, Department of Horticultural Science, NC State University. The muscadine industry in North Carolina is highly diverse and can be generally split into two large areas: commercial processing (wine production) and fresh-market sales….
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Muscadine Chores – Fall 2019

Compiled by Mark Hoffmann, NC State University The main muscadine chores for the rest of the year 2019 are: finish harvest, soil testing, scouting for damages, disease control, prepare pruning. OCTOBER 2019 Harvest: We had a year with exceptional high yields, and some varieties were producing for a longer period…
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Muscadine Chores – Summer 2019

Compiled by Mark Hoffmann, Small Fruits Extension Specialist, NC State University, Raleigh JUNE – SEPTEMBER (Post-fruit Set – Veraison – Harvest) The main muscadine chores for this summer are: canopy management, weed management, disease and insect control and frequent scouting of your vineyard (minimum once a week) for insect, disease…
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