Earlier today 8 new stories & studies, from March to June of this year, were added to the “Muscadine Research” page.  You’ll find them at the bottom of that page, since new info is added beneath stories that already happened.

Also on that same page, the JACN was bought by a new publisher, who changed all the links, so the very first “Clinical Study On Actual Products,” the “2010 Oct. 1, Study published in Journal of the American College of Nutrition” now has a working link again.   In addition, the NIH Nat’l Library of Medicine link covering the same study was added, and the PDF of the study also works, so that’s 3 ways to get the goods on that study. 🙂

The last “Clinical Study On Actual Products” listed there, “Effects of Two Doses of MPX Capsules on Rising Prostate-specific Antigen Levels in Men Following Initial Therapy for Prostate Cancer (Muscadine Plus product),” had an “Estimated Study Completion Date: June 2014,” but that has been amended with “Estimated Primary Completion Date: June 2014 (Final data collection date for primary outcome measure).”  No other info was given.

If you see a new muscadine study or story not listed here, please share it with us, by leaving a reply at the bottom of this.  We welcome your feedback, too!

We hope you’re seeing extraordinary results in your own use of muscadines in your daily diet!

In the Aug. 6, 2013 issue of the “Farm Press Blog,” the article “Muscadine offers flavor no man can replicate” states:

If you need another reason to munch on a muscadine, your natural desire to consume these sinfully sweet fruits is actually beneficial to your health.  As one of nature’s richest sources of polyphenolic antioxidants, muscadines have been the target of research for effectiveness against cancer.  Before you get too spit-happy with your grape, you might also want to know that muscadine skins and pulp are an excellent source of dietary fiber, essential minerals and carbohydrates.

Author says of the muscadine’s taste:

Somewhere between summer and fall, this fruit offers the best of both worlds with a flavor that no man can replicate.”

And regarding the technique for eating the grape, she says that, “After savoring the liquid, you have the option of disposing of the seeds, pulp and skin in whatever order you choose. I usually work out the seeds first (watching where I spit), chew on the pulp, and then suck the remaining juice from the flattened skin before sending it airborne.”  However, based on the research found here at MuscadineHealthResearch.com, I strongly recommend NOT spitting out the seeds, but instead consuming them, since that’s where most of the grape’s nutritional value is located! 🙂

NutritionFacts.org: “By age 70, microscopic cancers are detected in the thyroid glands of virtually everyone …”

“Probably about a third of common cancers can be prevented …”

Dr. Michael Greger, M.D., posted another revolutionary video on his NutritionFacts.org website.  Whether you know it or not, “Each one of us has cancer cells in us right now,” according to his video today:

The good news:  we all control our own fate! This 4-min. video is further confirmation of William Li’s fantastic 2010 TED Talk, “Can We Eat To Starve Cancer?,” (posted on the “Videos” section of this site).  Today’s video has numerous 2012 sources.  The first logical question is, why isn’t this headline news everywhere? 😦  The silence of the press is deafening.  Clearly, the mass media does NOT want this info to reach the general population.  Why is that?  The usual two answers:  money and power.

For those who like to read – transcript from the video:

Probably about a third of common cancers can be prevented by eating a healthy, plant-based diet, being physically active, and maintaining a healthy weight.  One of the ways plants may help is by cutting off the supply lines to cancerous tumors.

“A tumor cannot grow without a blood supply.  Currently, it is believed that a tumor mass cannot exist in a volume greater than about size of the ball at the tip of a ballpoint pen without a proper blood supply, which indicates that angiogenesis—angio means vessel, so the genesis—the creation of new blood vessels is critical to tumor growth. Each one of us has cancer cells in us right now.  By age 70, microscopic cancers are detected in the thyroid glands of virtually everyone, for example.  Most of these tumors never cause problems, never become clinically significant, leading to the concept of “cancer without disease” as a normal state during aging.  Cancer cells are commonly present in the body, but they can’t grow into tumors any bigger than that tiny dot size, no more than 10 million cancer cells before needing to get hooked up to a blood supply.  So tumors diabolically release angiogenic factors, chemicals that cause new blood vessels to sprout into the tumor.  The most important one is called VEGF, vascular endothelial growth factor. But we can suppress VEGF with Ve-ggies.

Many of the phytonutrients we know and love in tea and spices and fruit and berries and broccoli and beans can block cancer’s stimulation of new blood vessels.  They’re ideal for prophylactic long-term use against breast cancer because of their reliability, availability, safety, and affordable price.  Dietary agents used to suppress angiogenesis may be an important step in the prevention and treatment of breast cancer, and in fact all types of tumors.  The review concludes that we now have convincing evidence that dietary plant constituents possess the unique ability to affect tumor angiogenesis, which may be deemed advantageous in the prevention and treatment of human breast cancer.”

Sources (all dated 2012 except one, and all from PubMed.gov except the last one):

Now that you know, it’s time to change your diet!

Dr. Gregor, M.D.:  “Cancer Prevention And Treatment May Sometimes Be The Same Thing.”

Dr. Michael Greger, M.D., who runs the amazing nutritionfacts.org site, said something yesterday that, sadly, is probably brand-new info to most people:

People are considered ‘healthy’ until they show symptoms, so if we’ve been harboring a malignancy for 20 years we may feel all right, but we haven’t been.  Thus, many people who do the right thing and improve their diet in hopes of preventing cancer may, at that very moment, be treating it as well.  In this way, cancer prevention and treatment may sometimes be the same thing.

In his blog post yesterday, Dr. Greger compared vegetables’ and mushrooms’ ability to inhibit cancer cell growth to that of drugs.  The findings he reports are staggering … if you take the time to read them!

We now suspect that all the epithelial cancers:  breast, colon, lung, pancreas, prostate, ovarian—the ones that cause the vast majority of cancer deaths—take up to 20 years or more to manifest.  By the time it’s picked up it may have already been growing, maturing, scheming for years, acquiring hundreds of new survival-of-the-fittest mutations to grow even quicker and better undermine our immune system.  Early detection may in effect be really, really late detection.

He has truckloads of data to support his statements.  One of the most overwhelming and entertaining health talks we’ve ever seen is his video, “Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death.”  It’s an hour, but well worth it.  Check it out, then change your eating habits and your family’s, too!  We recommend watching his videos on specific foods and their impact on bad cells in the lab – it’s fascinating stuff!

N.C. State:  Muscadine Powder Developed for U.S. Army

http://momdelicious.wordpress.com/2013/06/01/n-c-state-muscadine-powder-developed-for-u-s-army/

North Carolina State University has gained support from the U.S. Army to create functional food ingredients from fruits and vegetables that will be used to develop healthier, more portable combat rations for soldiers.  Researchers with N.C. State’s Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI), located at the N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis, are infusing protein powders and flours, the kinds found at health and nutrition stores, with health-promoting compounds from kale greens and muscadine grapes.

It starts with fresh produce.  Using a proprietary technology developed by N.C. State and Rutgers universities, Lila’s team of PHHI researchers extract healthy compounds from muscadine grapes, like anthocyanins, the pigments that give produce its blue, purple or red color and combat chronic diseases and cancer, as well as compounds from kale, like glucosinolates that provide cancer-fighting properties.


http://plantsforhumanhealth.ncsu.edu/2013/05/27/n-c-state-researchers-create-fruit-vegetable-infused-ingredients-for-u-s-army-rations/

N.C. State Researchers Create Fruit, Vegetable-infused Ingredients for U.S. Army Rations
Posted on May 27, 2013

North Carolina State University has gained support from the U.S. Army to create functional food ingredients from fruits and vegetables that will be used to develop healthier, more portable combat rations for soldiers.  Researchers with N.C. State’s Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI), located at the N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis, are infusing protein powders and flours, the kinds found at health and nutrition stores, with health-promoting compounds from kale greens and muscadine grapes.”

The research addresses a critical military challenge:  how to provide balanced diets (inclusive of fruits and vegetables) to troops in the field that will have taste appeal while still maintaining shelf life, portability and health-protective functionality. The answer, PHHI researchers believe, lies within a proprietary technology they’re using to develop nutrient-enhanced food ingredients, which can then be used to make drinks, power bars, cookies and other healthy snacks for soldiers.”


The article describes the “strong relationship between strenuous physical activity and mental stress – common experiences for many military soldiers – and inflammation and negative immune system responses, which in turn can increase the risk of injury and poor mental and physical performance,” and explains that “Combat rations … supplemented with natural, safe and effective fruit and vegetable compounds may counteract some of those negative health impacts and reduce the risk of experiencing them, according to Dr. Mary Ann Lila, PHHI director and project research coordinator.”

Later in the article, Dr. Lila says that, “Natural compounds found in fruits and vegetables can help increase physical and cognitive capacity, improve immune function and inhibit chronic disease development in soldiers.”

The PHHI focus is on extracting “healthy compounds from muscadine grapes, like anthocyanins, the pigments that give produce its blue, purple or red color and combat chronic diseases and cancer, as well as compounds from kale, like glucosinolates that provide cancer-fighting properties.”

About the Plants for Human Health Institute
The N.C. State University Plants for Human Health Institute is leading the discovery and delivery of innovative plant-based solutions to advance human health. N.C. Cooperative Extension serves as the outreach component of the institute, which is part of the N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis. The campus is a public-private venture including eight universities, one community college, the David H. Murdock Research Institute (DHMRI) and corporate entities that collaborate to advance the fields of human health, nutrition and agriculture.


http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/04/130422111242.htm

Grape Intake May Protect Against Metabolic Syndrome-Related Organ Damage
Apr. 22, 2013

The ScienceDaily.com site shared another huge “grape intake” headline and these critical details:

“Consuming grapes may help protect against organ damage associated with the progression of metabolic syndrome, according to research presented Monday at the Experimental Biology conference in Boston. Natural components found in grapes, known as polyphenols, are thought to be responsible for these beneficial effects.”

“Researchers from the University of Michigan have presented the result of their work to the Experimental Biology Conference in Boston that shows how consuming grapes may help protect against organ damage associated with the progression of metabolic syndrome. The scientists explain that natural components found in grapes, known as polyphenols, are thought to be responsible for the beneficial effects.”

“… three months of a grape-enriched diet significantly reduced inflammatory markers throughout the body, but most significantly in the liver and in abdominal fat tissue.”

“… grape intake increased markers of antioxidant defense, particularly in the liver and kidneys.”

“Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of conditions that occur together — increased blood pressure, a high blood sugar level, excess body fat around the waist or low HDL (the good cholesterol) and increased blood triglycerides — significantly increasing the risk for heart disease, stroke and Type 2 diabetes. Intake of fruits and vegetables is thought to reduce these risks, and grapes have shown benefits in multiple studies.”

E. Mitchell Seymour, Ph.D., of the University of Michigan Health System, led the study and said, “Our study suggests that a grape-enriched diet may play a critical role in protecting against metabolic syndrome and the toll it takes on the body and its organs.” “Both inflammation and oxidative stress play a role in cardiovascular disease progression and organ dysfunction in Type 2 diabetes. Grape intake impacted both of these components in several tissues which is a very promising finding.”

John Phillip, Certified Nutritional Consultant and Health Researcher, and author of “Your Healthy Weight Loss Plan,” introduced the study to the NaturalNews.com readership:

“Metabolic syndrome refers to a related group of conditions including increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal cholesterol levels that dramatically increase the risk of developing heart disease, stroke and diabetes, among a host of other serious chronic diseases. Extensive research has identified a number of natural foods and aggressive lifestyle changes that can delay or even prevent the development of serious health problems.”

Phillip even identified a benefit for those who don’t choose to make “aggressive lifestyle changes”:
“… regular consumption of a variety of different colored grapes can directly impact the development of metabolic syndrome, even when consumed as part of a high fat, American-style diet followed by millions across the country.”

Original source:  University of Michigan Health System

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23639480

Cancer Prev Res (Phila). 2013 May 2. [Epub ahead of print]

Grape Seed Extract Efficacy against Azoxymethane-induced Colon Tumorigenesis in A/J Mice: Interlinking miRNA with Cytokine Signaling and Inflammation.

Derry M, Raina K, Balaiya V, Jain A, Shrotriya S, Huber K, Serkova NJ, Agarwal R, Agarwal C.

Source:  Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Colorado Denver.

Abstract
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second leading cause of cancer-associated deaths, suggesting that additional strategies are needed to prevent/control this malignancy. Since CRC growth and progression involve a large window (10-15 years), chemopreventive intervention could be a practical/translational strategy. Azoxymethane (AOM)-induced colon tumorigenesis in mice resembles human CRC in terms of progression of ACF to polyps, adenoma and carcinomas, and associated molecular mechanisms. Accordingly, herein we investigated grape seed extract (GSE) efficacy against AOM-induced colon tumorigenesis in A/J mice. GSE was fed in diet at 0.25% or 0.5% (w/w) dose starting two-weeks after last AOM injection for 18 or 28 weeks. Our results showed that GSE feeding significantly decreases colon tumor multiplicity and overall tumor size. In biomarker analysis, GSE showed significant anti-proliferative and pro-apoptotic activities. Detailed mechanistic studies highlighted that GSE strongly modulates cytokines/interleukins and miRNA expression profiles as well as miRNA processing machinery associated with alterations in NFκ-B, β-catenin and MAPK signaling. Additional studies using immunohistochemical analyses found that indeed GSE inhibits NF-κB activation and decreases the expression of its downstream targets (COX-2, iNOS, VEGF) related to inflammatory signaling, down-regulates β-catenin signaling and decreases its target gene C-myc, and reduces phosphorylated ERK1/2 levels. Together, these finding suggested that inflammation, proliferation and apoptosis are targeted by GSE to prevent CRC. In summary, this study for the first time shows alterations in the expression of miRNAs and cytokines by GSE in its efficacy against AOM-induced colon tumorigenesis in A/J mouse sporadic CRC model, supporting its translational potential in CRC chemoprevention.

PMID:  23639480

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2011, Nov. 28, Dr. Leonard Coldwell: “Every Cancer Can be Cured in Weeks” (7 minutes)

2011 Aug. 2, Story on Charlotte, NC, Fox TV Station: “N.C. State Fruit The Cure To Cancer?” (2 minutes)

2010 May, TED Talk by William Li, Cancer researcher and co-founder of the Angiogenesis Foundation, a nonprofit that is re-conceptualizing global disease fighting: “Can We Eat To Starve Cancer?” (20 minutes); at the 12:30 mark, he mentions grapes, resveratrol, and ellagic acid. (“Can we eat to starve cancer? The answer is yes. … What we’ve discovered is Mother Nature has laced a large number of foods and beverages, and herbs with naturally occurring inhibitors of angiogenesis.”)

2009, Documentary movie: Cut, Poison, Burn” (90 minutes) (trailer there and downloadable/streaming of entire movie also available there)

2006, Documentary movie, “Cancer – The Forbidden Cures” (73 minutes)


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In fact, on this page, the FDA probably doesn’t want the public to see ANYTHING here.
But this is all public info and readily available via freedom of speech.
Every single thing below is sourced with a web link to reputable news sources and health sites.


IT’S “SICKCARE,” NOT “HEALTHCARE”!

2013 Mar. 10, CNN.com Video: “ Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare” (4 minutes)

2013 Mar. 10, CNN.com article by Andrew Weil, M.D.: “U.S. manages disease, not health
I have argued for years that we do not have a health care system in America. We have a disease-management system — one that depends on ruinously expensive drugs and surgeries that treat health conditions after they manifest rather than giving our citizens simple diet, lifestyle and therapeutic tools to keep them healthy. … Why? A major culprit is a medical system based on maximizing profits rather than fostering good health.” (“Dr. Weil is the founder and director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, in Tucson, where he is also a Clinical Professor of Medicine and Professor of Public Health and the Lovell-Jones Professor of Integrative Rheumatology. Dr. Weil received both his medical degree and his undergraduate AB degree in biology (botany) from Harvard University.”)

CANCER RATES ARE INCREASING

2012 Sep. 23, TheDailyBeast.com: “Startling Cancer-Rate Stats

2012 May 31, National Post: “Cancer rates set to skyrocket 75% by 2030

2012 American Cancer Society: “In 2012, approximately 577,190 Americans are expected to die of cancer …” (“Cancer Facts & Figures 2012,” PDF, page 1)

2010 Jan. 25, NaturalNews.com: “War on Cancer is a Dismal Failure

  • The so-called war on cancer is not only a dismal failure but has also become an outright lie perpetuated by big business. Not only are more people dying of cancer than ever before but more people are getting cancer at earlier ages than ever before.
  • … finding the cure for cancer might just put the pharmaceutical industry out of business and would certainly end the careers of countless doctors and so called ‘researchers.’ Therefore it is in the best interest of these and related institutions to suppress all knowledge of real, proven cancer cures that do exist and have existed for thousands of years.

2008–2009 Annual Report President’s Cancer Panel (Published April 2010) (PDF, page 9):

  • Approximately 41 percent of Americans will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives, and about 21 percent will die from cancer.
  • The incidence of some cancers, including some most common among children, is increasing for unexplained reasons.”

2009, Documentary movie, “Cut, Poison, Burn” (90-minutes): http://cutpoisonburn.com.

  • We recommend everyone buy the DVD, but you can also watch the movie on your computer for no cost, either by downloading a free copy or by streaming it over the internet – instructions on how to do any of that are on the cutpoisonburn.com website under the “Downloads” menu at the top of the page.

2008 Sep. 5, Newsweek Magazine: “We Fought Cancer … And Cancer Won

  • After billions spent on research and decades of hit-or-miss treatments, it’s time to rethink the war on cancer.”
  • Biologists have known for at least two decades that it is the rare cancer that can be completely cured through surgery. Nevertheless, countless proud surgeons keep assuring countless anxious patients that they ‘got it all.’
  • Since 1971, the federal government, private foundations and companies have spent roughly $200 billion on the quest for cures.

CHEMO DOESN’T WORK!

2012 Sep. 26 Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D.: Chemo Doesn’t Help Most Cancers – It’s Used Anyway!

  • “For 90% of cancers, chemotherapy is not effective.”
  • “Most oncologists … will treat patients, even though the literature shows the chemotherapy doesn’t work.”

2012 Nov. 15 Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D.: Cancer Treatments MUST Change

  • “The synthetic drug-based therapies are not working very well. More and more money is being spent on research for drugs, and the American Cancer Society, the NIH, the NCI … and it’s not leading to improved results. If we don’t change direction, it’s not going to get better.”
  • “If there isn’t a change toward prevention, toward nutrition, toward more natural approaches, we’re going to have a real, real problem over the next 20 to 30 years. I think we’ll be FORCED to change because the failure of the approach they’re using now … it isn’t working.”

Dr. Peter Glidden: “97% of the time chemotherapy doesn’t work, so why is it still used? One reason, and one reason only: money.

CancerTruth.net: “… the overall success rate for most cancers treated with the chemotherapy is a paltry 3% … In other words … Chemo has a 97% failure rate.

2012 August 7, NY Daily News: “Shock study: Chemotherapy can backfire, make cancer worse by triggering tumor growth

2012 August 7, NaturalSociety.com: “Woops! Study Accidentally Finds Chemotherapy Makes Cancer Far Worse

2012 January 19th, NaturalSociety.com: “Deadly Cancer Drugs Make Cancer Worse and Kill Patients More Quickly

2005 October 25, NaturalNews.com: “Killer cancer treatment: How toxic chemotherapy kills both cancer cells and cancer patients

2012 Jan. 13, NaturalNews.com: “75% of physicians in the world refuse chemotherapy for themselves

FDA DEFEATED MULTIPLE TIMES IN COURT FOR VIOLATING FREEDOM OF SPEECH

2010 Oct. 5, Alliance for Natural Health: “… the FDA was indeed violating freedom of speech

Where are the major news stories on this huge story? Google “selenium FDA lawsuit 2010” and see who is covering the story. (NONE of the major media outlets!)

2010 June 1, WholeFoods Magazine Online: “Health Claims Protected by Court Action

  • The FDA has been censoring truthful scientific information for decades with disastrous adverse effects on Americans.

2011 Apr. 19, Alliance for Natural Health: “ANH-USA Wins Major Lawsuit on Qualified Health Claims
“… FDA’s denial of two health claims—which dealt with the ability of antioxidant vitamins to reduce the risk of cancerwas unconstitutional under the First Amendment.

2012 May 05, Dr. Joseph M. Mercola, DO: “Courts Slaps FDA and FTC for Unjustified Attacks

FDA.gov: “Qualified Health Claims” – None of the court rulings against the FDA are posted anywhere on the FDA site! Do your own search and see for yourself.

DRUGS DON’T WORK AGAINST CANCER

Drugs.com: “Top 200 Drugs for 2010 by Sales” and “Top 100 Drugs for 2011 by Sales

The American Association of Poison Control Centers “Annual Data Reports

2012 Feb. 10, Forbes Magazine: “The Truly Staggering Cost Of Inventing New Drugs

2012 American Cancer Society: “… one-third of the cancer deaths that occur in the US each year are due to poor nutrition, physical inactivity, and excess weight.” (“Cancer Facts & Figures 2012,” PDF, page 48)


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“MUSCADINE MEDICINE” BOOK
Muscadine Medicine,” a book by Diane Hartle, Ph.D., Phillip Greenspan, Ph.D., and James Hargrove, Ph.D., was published in 2005.

“… by 2004, there were hundreds of scientific papers in the literature. There is no sign that the research is slowing down.” (Page 7)

This book describes areas it helps:

  • Chapter 4: Heart Disease
  • Chapter 5: Diabetes
  • Chapter 6: Cancer
  • Chapter 7: Inflammation, Arthritis
  • Chapter 8: Gastrointestinal
  • Chapter 9: Longevity

“Powdered [nutraceutical supplements] … yield two benefits:

  1. “First, the shelf life is long relative to fresh fruit.
  2. “Second, phytochemicals in the products are much more concentrated in the medicinal phytochemicals than in the whole fruit.” (Page 5)

Translation: we get more nutrition from supplements than food.


UNIV. OF FLORIDA: MUSCADINE ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY
See the most recent research on the antioxidant levels found in muscadine grapes: “Antioxidant Capacity, Phenolic Content, and Profiling of Phenolic Compounds in the Seeds, Skin, and Pulp of Muscadine Grapes,” (PDF) published in Mar. 2010 in The Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, from a study conducted at The University of Florida Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611.

  • “A total of 88 phenolic compounds of diverse structures were tentatively identified in muscadines, which included 17 in the pulp, 28 in the skin, and 43 in the seeds. Seventeen compounds were identified for the first time in muscadine grapes.”
  • “Phenolic compounds have been linked to many positive health benefits, including protective effects against certain diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular diseases. The protective effect of phenolic compounds has been attributed in part to their antioxidant capacity.”

UNIV. OF ARKANSAS: MUSCADINE GRAPE PROGRAM
To learn even more about muscadine grapes, see the University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture, Muscadine Grapes Program, apparently last updated in 2008:

  • “The University of Arkansas Enology and Viticulture Research Program is a multidisciplinary, industry-oriented program that addresses research and extension issues in grape cultivar development, production, handling, harvesting, processing, and utilization. The Program was established to conduct basic and applied research pertinent to both the current and long-term challenges that face the Arkansas, regional and national grape industries.”

UNIV. OF GEORGIA: MUSCADINE POMACE PRODUCTION TECH
For a thorough understanding of the processing of muscadine grape seeds and skins, read “Evaluation Of Drying Technologies For Muscadine Pomace To Produce An Antioxidant Rich Fuctional Food Ingredient,” (PDF) published in May 2009 at The University of Georgia.


UNIV. OF ARKANSAS: MUSCADINE PRODUCTION PROFITS
UA Grape and Wine Research Program to enhance the profitability from muscadine grape harvesting: “The Muscadine Experience: Adding Value to Enhance Profits,” (PDF) published in Sep. 2004 at The University of Arkansas.


For even more information on muscadine grapes, go to http://muscadinenews.com.


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