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Sultana








(Vinifera)

This variety was formerly the standard seedless grape in California
for home use and raisins, but it is now outstripped by Sultanina.
Sultana is possibly better flavored than Sultanina but the vines are
hardly as vigorous or productive and the berries often have seeds. The
description is compiled.

Vines vigorous, upright, productive. Leaves large, five-lobed,
with large sinuses, light in color, coarsely toothed. Bunches
large, long, cylindrical, heavily shouldered, sometimes not well
filled, often loose and scraggly; berries small, round, firm and
crisp, golden-yellow, sweet with considerable piquancy; quality
good.





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