Grape (Vitis vinifera)
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A yellow dye is obtained from the fresh or dried leaves.
An oil from the seed is used for lighting and as an ingredient in soaps, paints etc[46, 61].
Cream of tartar, extracted from the residue of pressed grapes, is used in making fluxes for soldering.
Especially when growing in hotter countries than Britain, the stems of very old vines attain a good size and have been used to supply a very durable timber.
Cultivation & Habitat
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