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Grape Storage

Grapes are one of the most popular types of berries in the world. They have been cultivated domestically for over 6,000 years and are an integral part of cultures around the world. As with most fresh fruits and vegetables, however, proper cooling and storage is crucial for preserving quality and shelf life. Let’s take a look at some general facts about grapes, conditions that affect their cooling and storage, and successful preservation methods.
Put the unwashed bag of grapes in a high humidity drawer in your fridge. Grapes preserve the best if they are kept at 32 °F (0 °C) with 90-95% humidity. They will therefore preserve best in a high humidity drawer.

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Well Planned Grape-Vine Farm

Winegrape vines can produce from 1 to 12+ tons per acre when mature, with the optimal range being between 3 to 5 tons per acre. Table grapes may be much higher at 8 to 10 tons per acre.

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