Canadice Seedless Grape


Canadice Seedless Grape

Mid. Bath x Himrod. NY Stn, Geneva, NY, 1977.

Medium-large dense clusters of delicious red seedless berries. Sweet fruity flavor. Moderately vigorous, productive vine.

We forgot about Canadice until two central Maine growers, Jerry Rodman of Litchfield and the late Adam Tomash of Gardiner, reminded us of how good a grape it is. John had trouble keeping it alive in his cold Palermo frost pocket, but it seems to be doing well in other Zone 4 sites.

Thinning the crop will decrease plant stress and increase hardiness significantly. Ripens about a week after Reliance. Z4/5. (well-rooted bare-root vines)

428 Canadice Seedless
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Additional Information


Grapes do not need another variety for pollination. Space 8–12' apart in rows 8–12' apart.

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