Proceedings of the American Society for Horticulture Science
The Muscadine group of grapes (Vitis rotundifolia) because of its high quality, productiveness, and adaptability to the soil and climatic conditions of the South and generally the entire cotton growing section, is given, and rightly deserves, a prominent place in Southern Horticulture.
Armstrong, W. D., "New Varieties and Pollination of Muscandine Grapes" (1936). An. Paper 109.
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