What does the Pasuk mean when it writes "Zemorah ve'Eshkol Echad"?
Rashi: It means that they cut off a branch with a cluster of grapes hanging on it.
Targum Onkelos and Targum Yonasan: It means that they cut a branch and a cluster of grapes.
Seeing as "Vayisa'uhu ba'Mot" implies that two people carried it, why does the Torah add the word "bi'Shenayim"?
Rashi: It teaches that they carried the cluster of grapes on two poles
Since both poles were forked at both ends.
How any Spies carried the fruit?
Rashi: Assuming that one spy carried a pomegranate, and one man, a fig, 1 it transpires that ten Spies carried the fruit, whereas Yehoshua and Calev declined to carry anything, since the intention of their colleagues was to malign Eretz Yisrael.
Targum Yonasan: It seems that two men carried the grapes, two, the pomegranates and two, the figs and the rest carried nothing.
Which were presumably much larger than those that we have nowadays.
What is the Pasuk now coming to teach us?
Rashi: It is coming to teach us the incredible size of the fruit of Eretz Cana'an. Bearing in mind that each person of that time was able to carry forty Sa'ah, 1 the size of the cluster of grapes that took eight men to carried is mind-boggling.
Rashi (citing Sotah, 34a): as we learn from the stones that they took from the Yarden to place in Gilgal