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Cerri's Grape, Bronze Scuppernong Muscadine (female) x 1 Transplanted

Plant: Common Grape Vine (Vitis vinifera) | Variety: Bronze scuppernong

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Transplanted on 3/20/11 into a “gritty mix” from a recipe I found on Gardenweb: equal parts pine bark fines, pelletized diatomaceous earth and pea gravel/decomposed granite, amended with bone meal, blood meal, garden lime, soft rock phosphate, and TX greensand.

Fertilized with earthworm castings and Garden-Tone/Plant-Tone at planting, either watered or foliar-fed once a week with diluted seaweed extract and emulsified fish fertilizer, and fertilized with organic fertilizer once a month.

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Common Grape Vine (393)
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Bronze scuppernong (2)

Purchased from ebay

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Cerri

Cerri

Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas

United States

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