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Scuppernong Grapes


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Gardner, head of the Department of Agriculture at State College, relates interesting information about the Scuppernong grape. While no one seems to know how they got there, it appears the grape was first planted in Tyrrell County. The grape takes its name from the Scuppernong River because of the numerous plantings along its shores.
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