1- Vine varieties: Grape Dominga: Table grapes
It is also known as Murciana blanca, Alhama or Gloria.
3- Clusters of dominga grapes
Very large, low compact, with a long peduncle and low lignification.
Of homogeneous berries in size, but not in coloration.
- Large in size, with elliptical-elongated shape and circular section.
- Yellowish-green epidermis, not very uniform.
- Thick skins with abundant bloom. With apparent stylar scar.
- Hard pulp, not pigmented and not very juicy, without particular flavors.
- Very vigorous with a semi-upright habit.
- With medium fertility, from 1.3 to 2 bunches per shoot of visible buds.
- With very high production.
6- Agronomic characteristics and adaptation to the environment:
- The dominga grape variety is very vigorous.
- It has a late or very late budding, flowering, veraison and maturation.
- Dominga grape plants are highly fertile and productive.
- The lighting and aeration of the bunches must be facilitated by defoliation and stripping.
- This grape variety does not respond well to blunting.
- Plant conduction: Produces well in vine formations.
- Berries relatively sensitive to skin burns, so the leaf removal must always be careful below the bunch.
- Sensitive to mildew.
- Not very sensitive to powdery mildew.
- Sensitive to botrytis and acid rot.
- The grape accepts transport and cold storage very well.
- With low sugar content and medium acidity.