Nimrang

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Nimrang

 

one of the best Middle Asian middle-to-late varieties of table grapes. The large, round grape is yellowish white with a pink tint on the side exposed to the sun. Often only half of the grape is colored. The grape has a slightly tart taste. The variety keeps well and is easily transported. Nimrang grapes are eaten fresh. The yield is up to 25–30 tons per hectare. The variety is cultivated in Middle Asia, the Moldavian SSR, the Armenian SSR, and the Dagestan ASSR.

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