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Old 01-24-2012, 02:33 PM   #11
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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.
Do think you'll have 2 cascade and 2 centennial available? If so, I cal dibs plus the cost of shipping!

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Old 01-25-2012, 02:40 AM   #12
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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 could use 10 centennial but I have none to offer as my plants are all 2 years and under. If you are interested, let me know what I owe. Thanks.

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I will have hallertauer, cascade, and chinook that I'll be trimming.
Yooper, I could use 4 cascade to finish out my row and 8 chinook to finish out that row. If you are interested, let me know what I owe. Thanks also.
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Old 01-25-2012, 05:40 PM   #13
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I am interested in some strisselspalt if anyone has some.

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Old 01-25-2012, 10:36 PM   #14
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I have cascade and nugget and would be interested in trading for chinook or centennial. How is every one harvesting their rhizomes.

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Old 01-25-2012, 10:46 PM   #15
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I have cascade and nugget and would be interested in trading for chinook or centennial. How is every one harvesting their rhizomes.
Mine are currently in containers and I will be transplanting them. This will make getting the rhizomes real easy. Typically, you would dig them up a little ways away from your main bine. They should be just a little bit under the surface of the soil (they are basically root cuttings). The good ones will have white shoots and I would suggest to include as many of the little hair like roots connected as well as the shoots and, IMHO should be 4 to 10 inches long.
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Old 01-26-2012, 06:20 AM   #16
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Mine are currently in containers and I will be transplanting them. This will make getting the rhizomes real easy. Typically, you would dig them up a little ways away from your main bine. They should be just a little bit under the surface of the soil (they are basically root cuttings). The good ones will have white shoots and I would suggest to include as many of the little hair like roots connected as well as the shoots and, IMHO should be 4 to 10 inches long.
The 'good ones' that have the white shoots are rhizomes and the other ones without the white shoots are roots. Cuttings from rhizomes can start new plants where as cuttings from roots cannot. Sorry XM, but your phrase "they are basically root cuttings" may lead to some confusion. Grow On!!
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It is almost time! Anyone else in on an exchange? I would like some Northern Brewer or anything piney.

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Old 03-14-2012, 06:46 PM   #18
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Cascade and Nugget here. Chinook is only two years old so cant help there. I will take whatever you got. PM is interested.

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Old 03-15-2012, 12:28 AM   #19
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I'm looking to start growing hops this year. Would love someone who has an extra cascade, saaz, hallertauer, liberty or northern brewer to offer to send one my way (I'll pay for shipping of course). I hope to pay it forward next year if I am able to successfully grow my hops this year.

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Old 03-15-2012, 01:23 AM   #20
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I want to start growing hops this year. Looking for East Kent Goldings, Magnum, Saaz, Coumbus, Cascade and Centennial to start out with. Will gladly pay for shipping and return the favor when they get bigger. I do not have anything to send out, since I am just starting out. Just looking for 1 of each. Anyone in Michigan, I travel from grand rapids North to White Cloud, south to portage once a week and can pick them up. Also travel to Flint and Auburn Hills once in a while. PM me and we can work out the details.

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