Table Grape - Faith (Ark. 2412)


Faith (A-2412) is a blue, non-slipskin, seedless grape that ripens early, late July to early August in Arkansas. It has a largely neutral flavor with slight fruity flavor in some observations. Berries average 4 g, and cluster weight ranges from 150 to 250 g, medium in size. Soluble solids content averages 19% and skin is edible. Fruit cracking was usually not found after summer rainfall during ripening or at maturity for Faith.  Vines usually have moderate vigor and yield and exhibit good  hardiness in Arkansas. This new variety should complement Jupiter for the early local market for table grapes. Negative aspects include uneven set of berries in some years resulting in reduced cluster fill, occasional seed traces that can harden in some years, and a slight skin astringency noted occasionally.


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Patent Information:
App Type Country Serial No. Patent No. File Date Issued Date Expire Date
Plant United States 13/987,501 PP25,696 7/31/2013 7/14/2015 1/16/2034
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