Describes and provide specifications of a new and distinct grapevine cultivar named `Gratitude` which originated from a hand-pollinated cross of A-1925 (non-patented, non-released breeding genotype; female) x A-1581 (non-patented, non-released breeding genotype; male). This new grapevine cultivar can be distinguished by its seedless, green, crisp berries with neutral flavor and resists cracking from rainfall at maturity. The fruit grows in large tight clusters, the vines have medium vigor, and the plants are healthy.
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Clark, J. R., & Moore, J. N. (2015). Grape plant named ‘Gratitude’. Patents Granted. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/pat/3