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Patrick J. Conner

Georgia College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. ‘Lane’ has self-fertile flowers and produces black berries of large size that ripen early in the muscadine harvest season. High soluble solids and excellent berry firmness make ‘Lane’ a good choice

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Patrick J. Conner

‘Hall’ is a self-fertile bronze-colored muscadine grape ( Vitis rotundifolia Michx.) that is being released by the University of Georgia (UGA) College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. ‘Hall’ produces good yields of medium- to large

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Dennis J. Gray, Zhijian T. Li, Sadanand A. Dhekney, Donald L. Hopkins, and Charles A. Sims

’ originated from a cross between AA10-40, a self-fertile, bronze-fruited selection with medium-sized (7 g) berries, and CD8-81, a self-fertile, black-fruited selection with larger (9 g) berries ( Fig. 2 ). AA10-40 originated from a cross between ‘Summit’, a

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Dennis J. Gray, Zhijian T. Li, Sadanand A. Dhekney, Donald L. Hopkins, and Charles A. Sims

grape. Origin ‘Southern Jewel’ originated from a cross between Granny Val, a self-fertile cultivar with large (9 to 10 g) bronze berries, and DB-63, a self-fertile, black selection with large (8 to 9 g) berries ( Fig. 2 ). DB3-63 originated

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James W. Olmstead, Matthew D. Whiting, David Ophardt, Nnadozie C. Oraguzie, and Gregory A. Lang

United States production areas, ‘PC7146-8’ is a midseason alternative to the standard cultivar Bing. ‘PC7146-8’ is similar in size to ‘Bing’ but blooms 3 to 5 d later, matures 1 to 2 d earlier, is self-fertile, has a higher resistance to rain

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James W. Olmstead, Matthew D. Whiting, David Ophardt, Nnadozie C. Oraguzie, and Gregory A. Lang

WSU Sweet Cherry Breeding Program, routinely averaging 12 g per fruit. Although ‘PC7064-3’ is self-fertile, it is only moderately productive compared with traditional self-fertile cultivars (e.g., Lapins, Sweetheart). Origin ‘PC7064-3’ originated at

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Nnadozie C. Oraguzie, David Ophardt, Matthew D. Whiting, Gregory A. Lang, and Lynn E. Long

’ but slightly more spreading. Leaves are medium to long, elliptical with an acute tip, rounded base, and serrated margins. There are several large reniform grayed-purple (185B) nectary glands at the base of each leaf. Kiona™ is self-fertile (the S

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Patrick Conner, Joann Conner, Paige Catotti, Jennifer Lewter, John R. Clark, and Luiz A. Biasi

Dearing, C. 1917 The production of self-fertile muscadine grapes Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 14 30 34 Dearing, C. 1948 New muscadine grapes. U.S. Dept. Agr. Circ. 769 Detjen, L. 1917 Inheritance of sex in Vitis rotundifolia . North Carolina Agr. Expt. Sta

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Luiz A. Biasi and Patrick J. Conner

1911 and 1912, respectively, and all modern self-fertile muscadine cultivars are descended from them. As hermaphroditic cultivars with acceptable fruit quality were developed, the male pollenizer vines were replaced with hermaphroditic pollenizers so

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Frank Kappel, W. David Lane, Richard MacDonald, Karlis Lapins, and Hans Schmidt