Shain muscat grape is majorly grown in Japan and is also known as milk grape.
Grape bunches are dipped in insecticide and fungicide solution to prevent pest and disease incidence.
Leaving one head the blossom and fruits are cut.
Each bunch of grape after cutting has 30 fruits.
Wrapping the bunch with cover or paper is done to protect the grape bunch from pest attack.
Grape bunches are harvested and packed carefully.
Source: Noal Farm
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