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Actoni








(Vinifera)

Actoni is a table-grape of the Malaga type which ripens at Geneva, New
York, late in October, too late for the average season in the East but
worth trying in favorable locations. It is grown in California but is
not a favorite sort. The following brief description is made from
fruit grown at Geneva:

Clusters large, shouldered, tapering, loose; berries medium to
very large, long-oval to oval, clear green yellow; flesh crisp,
firm; flavor sweet; quality good.





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