Gordon Skrede plucks a female Muscadine grape off of the vine to show the different colors of the fruit. Male Muscadine grapes  will produce grapes when planted alone, but females must be planted with a male to produce fruit. Skrede first started planting grapes after attending a information session with the Collier County Fruit Growers Club.

Photo by GREG KAHN, Daily News

Gordon Skrede plucks a female Muscadine grape off of the vine to show the different colors of the fruit. Male Muscadine grapes will produce grapes when planted alone, but females must be planted with a male to produce fruit. Skrede first started planting grapes after attending a information session with the Collier County Fruit Growers Club.

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