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|Color of berry skin||Blanc|
|Species||75% Vitis vinefera × 25% Vitis labrusca|
|Also called||NY 15310|
|Origin||New York Agricultural Experiment Station|
|Notable regions||United States|
Himrod is a white table grape, released in 1952 by the New York Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York. It is seedless and known for ripening quickly and its sweet flavor. Himrod is considered very productive and reliable.
Himrod resulted from a cross of Ontario by Thompson Seedless, a particularly successful cross which resulted in the eventual release of four cultivars, the others being Interlaken, Romulus, and Lakemont. All were named for towns in the Finger Lakes region, near Geneva. These grapes are all quite productive, but they have some differences.
- ^ "Himrod Seedless Grape". Archived from the original on December 6, 2017. Retrieved July 30, 2012.