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Campbell Early

The red variety is a complex interspecific new breed between Moore Early ( Concord - openly bloomed ) x (Belvidere x Muscat d'Hamburg ). Synonyms include Campbell's, Campbell's Early, Early Campbell and Island Belle. They are genes of Vitis labrusca and Vitis vinifera contain. The intersection of hybrid took place in 1890 in Ohio by the private breeder George W. Campbell (1817-1898). She was crossing partner of the new breeds Mars. Niabell and Great Hamburg, The early to mid-seasoning vine is resistant to frost to minus 26 degrees Celsius and fungal diseases, The grapes have a subtle taste Foxton on. The variety is mainly used for the production of table grapes and grape juice, also for sparkling wines used. Due to the attractive leaves, it is also called Zierrebe suitable. She is popular in Bespoke South Korea, where about 15,000 hectares were planted with it at the end of the 1990s. There it is hardly used for wine. In 2010 were in Japan 61 hectares of vineyards. A here created mutation is the sort Ishihara Wase, More stocks should be in the northeast of the United States and in Canada give.

Campbell Early - grape and leaf

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