The following pictures were taken at Breckenridge Farms in Quitman, Mississippi. You can see a noticeable difference in the development of the vines. Where SumaGrow was used the vines of adjoining plants are full and meeting in the middle on the trellis. The untreated vines lack fullness and are not even close to meeting in the middle.
Last summer the treated vines produced over 4 tons per acre and untreated was only close to one ton per acre!
These grapes are juiced at a winery in North Carolina. In the southeast U.S., they are mainly eaten fresh and used to make jelly and home-made wine.
“The effect of SumaGrow on young varieties of muscadines has been proven to be significantly noticeable. After using once on half of a selected field of young plants we had a increase in growth of up to 50% per plant. SumaGrow has become part of our program to grow young plants faster. It not only enhances growth but also seems to improve the overall health of the plants.”
This vineyard was written up in the news: Breckenridge Vineyard News Article
Here is a link to one page summary: Muscadines_Breckenridge_Mississippi_Testimonial