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Old 08-12-2008, 01:22 PM   #1
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Hey growers: I am trying to identify one of my hop plants. I think it is Willamettte because the flowers are not as long as my cascade, much earlier than my nugget, the buds are short, fat, and loosely held together. I'll post pictures tonight(hopefully). Here's a site that has helped me identify it to this point. I may be wrong though.
Any other identifications that one can use? Anyone in mid-Atlantic growing Willamette? At what stage is your plant? My 1 YO Willamette is way behind the 4 YO plant so I can't compare them. My cascade and Nugget are also different. Any thoughts appreciated, Charlie

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