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The white grape variety (also called Green Mountain) is a probably spontaneous interspecific cross between Wild vines of the species Vitis labrusca x Vitis vinifera, The hybrid was selected in 1850 by James Milton Clough at Stamford in Stamford, Vermont. The early ripening, hardy Vine is mainly used in Canada, as well as in northern US states such as Iowa and Vermont table grape, rarely used as a wine grape. She later became the vines breeding institute of the Cornell University in Geneva in the state of New York for new varieties used. That was for example Ontario. Ripley and Veeport,

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