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Grape Variety: Fujiminori

Variety Name Fujiminori
Countries of Origin Japan
Species Interspecific cross
Berry Color Black
Uses Table
Comments The grape cultivar Fujiminori is a tetraploid table grape from Japan that was treated to promote seedlessness and enhance berry size. The grape first became registered in Japan in 1985. F. Ikeda et al. 2004. Induction of Compact Clusters with Large Seedless Berries in the Grape Cultivar 'Fujiminori' by the Use of Streptomycin, Gibberellins and CPPU, Proc XXVI IHC - Viticulture - Living with Limitations, Eds. A.G. Reynolds and P. Bowen, Acta Hort. 640, ISHS 2004, page 361.

Fujiminori Selections

Information about:          Selection Numbers     |     Registration Status
  Fujiminori 01
Registration Status Provisional Provisional Status is an important term used in the regulations of the California Department of Food & Agriculture's Grapevine Registration & Certification Program. Grapevine selections with Provisional Status have successfully completed all required disease testing, but have not been confirmed as true to variety. Propagation material from Provisional selections qualifies for release subject to the understanding on the part of the customer that the identity has yet to be confirmed.
Source Japan
Treatments None
Comments This table grape selection came to Foundation Plant Services in 2011 from Uehara Grapes & Vines Research Institute Co., Ltd., in Yamanashi, Japan. The tetraploid table grape was treated to promote seedlessness and enhance berry size. The original material completed testing at FPS and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2013.