Characteristics of Parisian grapes

Parisian grapes belong to frost-resistant crops. Gardeners prefer to grow it on their site, because it is not exposed to negative environmental factors (frost or excessive sunlight), therefore it is able to bear fruit in all regions of the country, even northern ones.

Characteristics of Parisian grapes

Grade characteristics

The Parisian grape variety was bred at the beginning of the 21st century. It is included in the State Register of the Russian Federation. To be grown in all areas of the country.

According to the description, the bush is tall, up to 6 m. Flowering, mainly of the female type, but this variety has the property of self-fertility. Gardeners will not have to plant other pollinators next to it. Shoot ripening is high. They are characterized by the ability to root, which has a positive effect on productivity.

The following features are noted:

  • clusters are large, weighing up to 800 g;
  • berry of a pink shade, weight about 20 g;
  • the peel is dense;
  • high productivity: from a bush to 15 kg of production.

Taste and Use

The pulp is dense, juicy, slightly watery, inside the fruit contains a few small seeds. Due to the content of sugar and ascorbic acid, the taste is sweet and sour, pleasant. The scent is nutmeg.

Parisian grapes are universal in use. Suitable for fresh consumption, as well as for the preparation of juices or desserts. When preparing wine, it is characterized by a pleasant sweet dessert taste.

Growing recommendations

This culture is not demanding on heat, so they plant on sunny and shaded areas. It is worth choosing loamy or chernozemic soil with a low content of acid-base balance (not more than 4%). It is important to protect the bushes from excessive wind, because the clusters are massive and often break off when exposed to wind.

Planting a seedling in the fall, before the onset of frost. It is better to do this in early October, so that the plant can get used to a new place and not be exposed to the coming frosts. First, dig a hole. Its size should correspond to the size of the root system. Inside spread 3 kg of humus. If groundwater comes close to the surface of the earth, then it is worth installing a drainage system at the bottom of the hole.

After that, the purchased healthy grafted seedling is placed inside the pit and is densely sprinkled with earth. At the end, carry out irrigation with warm, settled water. On a plant - 20 liters of water. A metal rod is installed next to which a seedling is tied. Between the bushes adhere to a distance of 4 m.

Care Features

Water plants only with warm water

Parisian grapes must be watered, depending on the degree of drainage of the soil. It all depends on the region of growth. In the southern and central regions watering is carried out much more often than in other regions of the country. Each time, the roots of the plant should be watered with 20 liters of warm water. After the first watering, the soil is mulched using straw and humus. Otherwise, after each watering, you will have to loosen the soil and remove weeds on your own.

Top dressing is carried out twice during the growing season.

  1. Before flowering, watering is carried out with a solution of potassium nitrate (40 g per 10 l of water).
  2. A few weeks before the upcoming fruiting, watering is carried out with a solution of ammonium nitrate (20 g per 10 liters of water).

At least 25 l of nutrient solution is poured under each plant. To prepare the variety for frost, a mixture of 2 kg of humus and 1 kg of peat should be added under the root.

Trimming shoots and dry branches is a month after all leaves have completely fallen from the bush. Mustaches and sprouted stepchildren are subject to removal. Only useful and compacted areas should be left, because they are better tied to the fruits. Pruning should be done on 7-8 kidneys.

Diseases and Pests

The main diseases that affect this species are rot, anthracnose and bacteriosis.

  1. A solution of Bordeaux liquid (4 g per 10 liters of water) will help get rid of all types of rot. Spraying is carried out with an interval of 7 days.
  2. Carbomil solution (40 g per 10 l of water) will help against anthracnose.
  3. It is impossible to cure a plant from bacteriosis. Will have to eradicate the entire bush.

Of the pests, grape motley is often found. In the fight against her, Aktaru is used. Processing with a solution (30 g of the drug per 10 l of water) is carried out with an interval of 10 days.

Conclusion

Parisian is a popular type of grape culture. According to the description, Vidnograd is frost-resistant, high-yielding and unpretentious in maintenance, therefore it is easy to grow this variety even for beginners.

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