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Old 04-07-2013, 04:47 PM   #11
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sign me up! I'll take one each of cascade, centennial and chinook

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Old 04-07-2013, 05:17 PM   #12
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Sign me up as well if you have any left. I will take one of each of whatever you have :-)

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Old 04-07-2013, 11:20 PM   #13
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I will be sending out PMs regarding everyones request shortly. Thanks for being patient, as of an hour ago I was still digging up plants and transplanting them I have 13 total. I also have more rhizomes added. Northern Brewer and East Kent Golding. Below is what I have left as of the above orders and pms that I already received and responded to.

All regular sized rhizomes unless noted otherwise:

ALL GONE!

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Old 04-07-2013, 11:31 PM   #14
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Too bad for me. I just ordered some centennial and Willamette. I don't have room for more. To top it off I'm right across the river!

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Old 04-08-2013, 01:03 AM   #15
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Too bad for me. I just ordered some centennial and Willamette. I don't have room for more. To top it off I'm right across the river!

That is too bad since I work in York. I still have a bunch left if you change your mind or know of anyone else who wants to get into hop growing.

All requests have been responded to and the above post has current availability. Thanks for all the interest.

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I'll take 2 Hallertau and 2 EKG...

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These were shipped, 4/8-

Airwolf
wdonn
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Alchemy
Kenneth Brew

You guys should have them in the next few days. 4/10 was the ETA given at USPS.

Were shipped on 4/9

Norie_ ETA 4/11
vdub117 ETA should be end of week the latest, first class is a little slower than priority
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Were shipped 4/10-

Cletus81 ETA 4/12
Ma23456 ETA 4/12

Was shipped 4/12-

Skemp45 ETA - 4/15

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Got mine today. Look good. Now I have to figure out were to plant them
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I will take 1 extra large Centennial
and 1 large East Kent Golding
how much shipped to 85254

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Got mine today. Look good. Now I have to figure out were to plant them
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I'm glad to hear that. I can't help you with the planting. I just replanted my entire garden of 13 plants to a different location in the yard. So far I have 2 first year plants, 2 2nd year plants, and the other 9 are 3rd year, so I'm anticipating a decent harvest. My best growers are the Centennial and the Chinook that I was selling rhizomes from. I still have plenty of the Centennial left, that plant just went bonkers and grew everywhere. Happy growing.

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