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Muscadines


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Muscadines have been cultivated in the country for centuries, and in North Carolina the muscadine grape industry has been on the rise since the 1970s. Muscadines are versatile and can be used in many ways--frozen, as juice, jelly and preserves, pies, wine, and smoothies. Recently the skins and seeds are being researched for their medicinal value. Whit Jones, retired NC Cooperative Extension horticulture agent, describes how individuals can grow them.
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