seedless grapes

Not trying to be funny but where do you get seeds to grow seedless grapes?
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Romy Beeck wrote:

grapes?
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Romy Beeck wrote:

Grapes are generally propagated from rooted cuttings. In some areas, soil pests require propagating by budding the desired variety onto rooted cuttings of a pest-resistant variety.
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Grafting, same way you propagate seedless oranges.
Grapes are hardly ever grown on their own rootstock; you take buds from desirable vines and start them on suitable rootstock.
(Seedless watermelons, on the other hand, are sterile hybrids; you get them the same way you get mules, by crossing the parents. Thus you can buy seedless watermelon seed.)
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