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The white grape variety (also called Early Fry) is a new variety between Georgia 19-93 x USDA 19-11, both parents belong to the American species Vitis rotundifolia. The crossing was done in 1970 by the private breeder W. S. Ison. It is an all-female variety. The vine is resistant to Pierce Disease. It is cultivated in the south of the USA in the Gulf States and is mainly used as table grape, but also for wine.

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