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Vitis champinii

One of about 30 American species or Wild vines with the correct and complete botanical name Vitis x champinii Planch. (the "x" denotes the fact of a crossing). A trivial synonym is Champin's Grape . The vine was originally from the French Ampelographen Jules Émile Planchon (1823-1888) regarded as a separate species. It is about one hybrid from a supposedly natural cross between wild vines of Vitis mustangensis x Vitis rupestris, It comes mainly in the central Texas in front. The laktolerante vine is well resistant to the phylloxera, as well as very good against nematodes (Roundworms). She is therefore happy for the breeding of rootstocks used. Among other things, this was with the varieties Cham panel, Dog Ridge, Freedom and Harmony the case. See also below American vines and Vines systematics,

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