Early Superior

It is a variety of white seedless vine from a mutation of the Superior .

The bunches are small to medium and medium compact.

The beans are medium in size, elliptical-ovoid, yellow-green in color, thin skin, hard and crunchy pulp with a neutral flavor.

The strains are very vigorous, but productivity is low.

It is a very early variety.

Synonyms:

This variety of grape is also known as Sugrafive

Bunches:

The bunches are small to medium, of medium compactness.

They have a short peduncle and little obvious lignification.

The grain size is quite uniform and the coloring as well.

Berries:

The grains are of medium size, elliptical-ovoid in shape.

Greenish-yellow color.

Thin skin, with little bloom.

Hard and crunchy pulp, with a neutral flavor, not colored.

It is easy to detach from its pedicel.

Strains:

The strains are very vigorous.

With low productivity.

The time of flare and flowering is early.

The ripening time is very early.

Agronomic characteristics:

This variety requires long pruning and support, and can be used on trellises or vineyards.

It has a certain sensitivity to brotitis.

The early superior is sensitive to the cold of spring.

It is sensitive to powdery mildew.

It has a high sugar content and a low acidity.

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