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 Clinton

Clinton

Glossary term

Clinton

The red variety is a spontaneous interspecific cross between the American species Vitis riparia x Vitis labrusca. Synonyms are Bacchus, Clinto, Clinton Rose, Plant of the Carmelite, Plant Pouzin, Vorthington, Worthington and Zephirin. A seedling of the hybrid was discovered around the year 1835 in the State of New York and from private breeders selected Hugh White. The early-maturing and strong growing variety with small, dark red, almost black berries yields with pronounced Foxton . It has a strong resistance to phylloxera. Towards the end of the 19th Century the vine after the phylloxera grown in northern Italy and the Italian-speaking Switzerland, where she is still und...
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