- Arkansas wine grapes were two decades in the making
- Threlfall: With both varieties, "you want to go back for a second sip.”
- Release of Arkansas wine grapes brings Clark full circle
In Arkansas, improved cultivars of table grapes, wine grapes and muscadines are readily available for home gardens.
Grapes and muscadines produce for many years with proper management, and provide sweet, nourishing fruit during the late summer each year.
The University of Arkansas patented grape cultivars are available from licensed grape propagators.
* expired patent; contracts for propagation no longer being maintained.
|FSA-6130||Choose the Best Grape Cultivar to Plant
Small Fruit Cultivar Recommendations for Arkansas
|FSA-6108||Grow Muscadine Grapes in Arkansas
Muscadine Grape Production in the Home Garden
Arkansas Small Fruit Management Schedule
|MP144||Control Pests - Insecticides
Insecticide Recommendations for Arkansas - Home Orchard
Arkansas Plant Disease Control Products Guide | Small Fruit Diseases - Home Garden
|FSA-7503||Control Disease - Sprays
Home Fruit Orchard Sprays
Recommended Chemicals for Weed and Brush Control for Arkansas - Fruits & Nuts
Dr. John R. Clark, Professor of Horticulture, is in the field describing the desirable attributes of fruits released by the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture's fruit breeding program.