C-30 Hybrid Bunch Grapes
C-30 is a new cultivar.
- Type: Deciduous
- Interspecific Hybrid Bunch Grapes
- Excellent Fungal Disease Resistance
- Sun: Full Sun
- Soil: Slightly Acidic, Well Drained
- Pierce’s Disease Tolerant
The C-30 hybrid bunch grapes are a new interspecific hybrid red wine bunch grape that is currently being researched. The grapes grow in small clusters, are sweet when ripe (16-19 degrees brix), and they hold their acidity well. The C-30 can grow in a wide range of soil textures from sandy to clay soils.
The C-30 was developed at Florida A&M University and is undergoing research trials there as well as at Texas A&M. Propagation is restricted by Florida A&M; and, as yet, the C-30 has not been released for general use.
The C-30 is a new cultivar and limited information is available as of 07/27/2020.
Potential as a wine grape, also good for jelly; both products will be deep purple in color.