Common synonyms: F32-137
Seedless is an early-season red seedless table grape developed by John H.
Weinberger and F.N. Harmon of the USDA-ARS in
The cultivar produces berries that are small, round, firm and crisp. Clusters are conical in shape, medium in size and ripen in early July. The berries respond extremely well to girdling and gibberellin treatment.
Foundation Plant Services at UC Davis is the source of Foundation grapevine material for the nursery industry, and the staff can provide information about possible sources for obtaining this stock.
The National Grape Registry (NGR) contains information about varieties of wine, juice, and table grapes, raisins, and grape rootstocks available in the United States. Growers, nurseries, winemakers and researchers can find background information and source contacts for those grape varieties in this single convenient location.