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Muscadine pruning - photo by Amanda Wilkins

Muscadines in the South

Want to grow grapes in the South? If so, you have two choices – plant muscadines or plant another …

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Lee County Muscadine Pruning 2024

N.C. Cooperative Extension – Lee County Center is excited to partner with local muscadine grower, AK Griffin, in Broadway …

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