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Old 01-19-2012, 11:32 PM   #1
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May as well get this started now. I will have cascade, zues, brewers gold and centennial available. Cover shipping and first come first served...I will also have some wild hops (no real info on them, I am bring some into my collection and thought I would offer) I found near me available.

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Old 01-20-2012, 05:02 AM   #2
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So how does this work, I ask for a rhizome from you and I send you one in return? I wonder if anybody is willing to send pruned rhizomes out to others for free (only paying for shipping)? Since a lot of people have to prune their rhizomes back anyways.

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Old 01-20-2012, 12:20 PM   #3
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I have 8 varieties growing and am interested as long as I have cones this year...This should be my first good harvest!

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May as well get this started now. I will have cascade, zues, brewers gold and centennial available. Cover shipping and first come first served...I will also have some wild hops (no real info on them, I am bring some into my collection and thought I would offer) I found near me available.
I'm interested in Zeus and Centennial, but alas have nothing to trade or send back.
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May as well get this started now. I will have cascade, zues, brewers gold and centennial available. Cover shipping and first come first served...I will also have some wild hops (no real info on them, I am bring some into my collection and thought I would offer) I found near me available.
I have nugget and williamette. Would like to trade for Zeus and Centennial
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Old 01-20-2012, 11:52 PM   #6
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I should have cascade and chinook, would love to trade for zeus and centennial.

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I am interested in Golding, Mt Hood and Sterling. I won't know what I have in trade until this spring when I dig everything up to transplant into the new hop bed, but it's likely to be Cascade. I also have a mystery hop that I'm happy to part with.

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I will have hallertauer, cascade, and chinook that I'll be trimming.

I'll either trade rhizomes (really want some CTZ) or send them out for the cost of shipping.

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I have nuggets and upstate NY feral hop rhzomes to swap. I'm looking for strisselspalt, santiam, saaz, cascade, and challengers.

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