1- Danlas table grape:

Danlas table grape: It is a white variety of table grape.

2- Genetic Origin:

It is a cross between Chasselas and Dabouki.

3- Bunches of the grape give them:

Medium in size, conical or cylindrical in shape.

Medium compact, rarely high.

Homogeneous in color and in the size of their berries.

4- Berries:

  • Large, spherical and circular in section.
  • Skin of medium thickness but very resistant.
  • Very pale yellow and amber in color.
  • Pulp not colored, crunchy and very juicy, without peculiar aromas or flavors.
  • With reddish peduncles and a long bill.

5- Strains:

  • Very vigorous and very long and thick shoots, vertical bearing.
  • Of high average fertility and production, with a fertility index of 1.4 to 1.8.
  • Early sprouting and veraison, mid-season sowing and early maturation.

6- Agronomic characteristics and adaptation to viticulture:

  • It requires long pruning and therefore trellised and supported pipes.
  • Sensitive to spring cold.
  • Very sensitive to mildew and powdery mildew .
  • Not very sensitive to gray rot.
  • Very sensitive to excoriation.
  • Not very sensitive to drift.
  • Good aptitude for transport and with good conservation.
  • With a lot of juice yield.

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