I started my hops in a planter inside. I didn't get my garden area prepped for transplanting until much later than I had planned on, and I had 1-2 foot tall bines when I moved them outside. I know, for a fact, that I did serious root damage while transplanting. I tried to avoid it, but I really didn't know how far they had gone, and they were damn fragile. I had some bines die back, and a few had their tips dry up and die. One or two bines seems to have come through unscathed, and have resumed growing. Recently, at the little stubs left from some of the bines that have died off, there appear to be side arms/shoots coming off from the original shoot, near where the leaves used to branch off. If these are side arms, will they be trainable to go up the twine I have, or will they just go to the side (whatever that means, I've never done this before). Or, do you all think there's a chance that my rhizome is using what's left of the old, dead shoot to start some more shoots? I'm guessing a picture would help, but it's already dark out. I'll see what I can do over the weekend.