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Sultanina








(Vinifera)

Thompson's Seedless

Sultanina is one of the standard seedless grapes of the Pacific slope,
grown both to eat out of hand and for raisins. Probably it can be
grown in home plantations in favored parts of eastern America where
the season is long and warm. The following description is compiled
from Californian viticulturists:

Vine very vigorous, very productive; trunk large with very long
canes. Leaves glabrous on both sides, dark yellow-green above,
light below; generally three-lobed, with shallow sinuses; teeth
short and obtuse. Bunch large, conico-cylindrical, well filled,
with herbaceous peduncles; berries oval, beautiful golden-yellow
color; skin moderately thick; flesh of rather neutral flavor; very
good.





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