By David Mann
I have been involved in the sales end of IFG (International Fruit Genetics) since its inception. We now have 23 patented varieties doing well internationally and domestically. We are planted in 15 countries and have currently 35,591 acres in the ground worldwide. With the cost of labor and materials continuing to go up we at IFG have always felt the time for reducing costs are here and here to stay. That is why we are producing table grape varieties that require less input from the grower and hand work to make exceptional new and different varieties. So far we have been successful in achieving just that. IFG (International Fruit Genetics) is working with the industry’s top table grape growers in the world. We here at IFG (International Fruit Genetics) feel the best is still yet to come.