Common Grape Vine 'Golden Muscat'
Belonging to the Vitis genus (Vitis vinifera 'Golden Muscat'), Golden Muscat is a variety of Common Grape Vine. Golden Muscat is a heirloom variety.
he grape is a deciduous vine that is used for fruit, wine and shade. A single grapevine produces enough new growth every year to roof an arbor, arch a walkway, or shade over a terrace or deck. To produce quality grapes, choose a variety that fits your climate, prune it regularly, and train it carefully. Grapevines also require full sun, medium water, and good drainage. Well cared for, they can remain productive for 50 years or longer. The vines should only be pruned in the winter. Black rot is the most destructive fungus disease of grapes. Downy mildew and powdery mildew can also be a problem as well as the following insect pests: grape berry moth, grape flea beetle, grapevine beetle, sphinx caterpillar, grape root worm and Japanese beetle. This variety produces yellowish green fruit with a muscat flavor. This vigorous vine grows well in the coastal areas of California.It grows mainly as a Deciduous, so it will tend to lose its leaves annually. Typically grows with a vine-like habit.
Golden Muscat Common Grape Vine needs a moderate amount of maintenance, so some level of previous experience comes in handy when growing this plant. Ensure that you are aware of the soil, sun, ph and water requirements for this plant and keep an eye out for pests.
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How to grow Common Grape Vine 'Golden Muscat'
Growing Golden Muscat from seed
Transplanting Golden Muscat
Harvesting Golden Muscat
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