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Old 03-29-2013, 01:25 PM   #41
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Since my plastic/marker labels were faded and I couldn't read them, I stamped some new ones out of aluminum.





Hopefully I remembered the beds correctly!

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Old 03-29-2013, 10:45 PM   #42
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Just got my Zeus rhizomes in their pots. Looks like we have a stretch of nice weather ahead. Actually my 6 year old did it since my arm is in a sling.

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I'm growing Northern Brewer, which likes temperate regions. It works in Reno because while it gets hot in the summer it doesn't really get sweltering. I wish I could remember the link to this sweet pdf that tells you what climates each hop variety likes, but the rhizome page on Midwest Supplies has basic climate information.


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Old 03-30-2013, 02:19 AM   #44
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Here's my little Cascade.

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a cutting from last year, that i just transplanted.

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It's a boy! My centennial baby in a whiskey barrel broke ground today. First time growing hops. Quite exciting.

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Posted this in the other 2013 garden thread. Cascade, centennial, Chinook and Columbus


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To all the potential container hop growers: You really need a bigger container. Here is what 2 years of growth in a 115L (approx 25gal) container looks like. I don't think this quite qualifies as root bound but it was definitely going to outgrow its home by the end of the summer if I hadn't transplanted it to a bigger container.

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It's a boy! My centennial baby in a whiskey barrel broke ground today. First time growing hops. Quite exciting.
Well, hopefully the doc was wrong....male hops do not produce cones.
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