|Use||Making Custards, Making Juice, Making Syrups|
|Feature||Good For Health|
Manik Chaman are mainly used for raisin production although Arkavati grape found to be promising and earlier recommended by Indian Institute of Horticultural Research, Bangalore. NRC for Grapes, Pune have also come out with varieties viz. A 17-3, E 12/3, Mint Seedless, Superior Seedless, KR White and Manik Chaman.
This variety was developed by Mr. T. R. Dabade of Nannaj, Solapur selecting the buds on cardons of Thompson Seedless variety in 1982. Characteristics. High fruitfulness & simultaneous ripening of the bunches; The bunches weigh around 400 to 500 gm; Berries are 1 to 1.5 inches long; During ripening.