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Old 03-15-2012, 02:30 AM   #1
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Thought it may be interesting to show off the sprouts and what region they are from...These are from Mount Airy, NC. I have 5 other varietys that are budding with Chinook being the slowest....

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Looking good. When were they planted?

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My Chinook are always the last, too, but they end up the highest, typically. It's fun to take notice of the differences between varieties...

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My chinook just pierce the surface

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Cascade is popped out in Houston.

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I have a few starting, a lil nervous as I fully expect it to snow 1-2 more times before may.

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Thought it may be interesting to show off the sprouts and what region they are from...These are from Mount Airy, NC. I have 5 other varietys that are budding with Chinook being the slowest....
In Illinois and my new last year rhizomes are out of the ground. These are cascades.
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I'm in Boulder, CO and I just noticed my 2nd year Cascades (in pots) are up. The other pot of Centennials have not yet sprouted.

I'm pretty happy because this is a full 2 months prior to sprouting in the 1st year, which was a very late harvest.

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Cascades are up in CA. Excuse the weeds, I pulled those out after taking the picture.

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Looking good. When were they planted?
Thanks. I planted 8 different variety crowns I bought from Great Lakes Hops last fall and all have sprouted except the Chinook and Mt Hood!
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