The muscadine grape is a popular fruit that grows very well here in North Florida. It has smaller leaves than bunch grapes and fruit are harvested singly, rather than in bunches. Theses grapes can be enjoyed fresh and also be used for home ... READ MORE
Les Harrison is the UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Director
Growing up in a rural area like Wakulla gives kids the opportunity to explore nature and learn its many benefits. Wild grapes may be one of the sweetest benefits of living in the ... READ MORE
Mother always said "never be late" but in the case of certain muscadine (Vitis rotundifolia) cultivars, it's good to be late.
Although muscadine harvest can begin as early as July, gardeners with late bearing muscadines are still reaping ... READ MORE
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Dennis Gray may not be able to control Florida’s humidity, but he wants to help popular grape varieties shrug off diseases that thrive in muggy weather, and open up new markets ... READ MORE