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Re: [nafex] dried currants/grapes

If you can, read this USDA Bulletin. It provides a comprehensive look at 
growing this lesser-known Vitis vinifera L. variety, originally from 
ancient Greece.

Husmann, G. C. 1920. Currant-grape growing: A promising new industry. 
Bulletin 856. U.S.
Dept. Agr., Washington, D.C.

(Very cold here in MO, but the crocus (among other things) are still perky!)

At 08:22 PM 03/21/2002 +0000, del stubbs wrote:
>I just saw a clipping that said that the dried currants/currant raisens one
>can buy are not..rather they are a type of grape. As I enalrge my curant
>crop I was wondering what kind are used, hmmmm. Can anyone enlighten me?
>Bernie we got the tail of your weather...minus 12F this morn. Del
>Del Stubbs
>ag zone 2/3
>Pinewood Forge

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