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Old 03-03-2012, 05:30 PM   #31
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Thanks a bunch for this info! It came at just the right time



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Old 03-12-2012, 10:12 PM   #32
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Thiis is some excellent info. Definately should be a sticky in the hops growing section so the info stays on top and available to the new members like me. I wish I had seen this before I ordered my Rhizomes, but even though I was shooting from the hip in the dark I came out OK probably. Eventually I would like to have a large quantity of different varieties to do some experimentation with. Hops have such a flavor changing character and many different properties that an empiriscist (SP?) like me could spend a lifetime catalougeing and documenting the outcomes of even minor adjustments to time, quantity and base variety. I have plenty of room and have started my hop fields already, just gotta keep em going and add to it every year till I get all the current and noble varieties that are available and viable in my neck of the woods. Mods. How bout a sticky?
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Old 03-12-2012, 10:41 PM   #33
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+1 on the stickey. Great job on the spreadsheet. Not sure if it warrants anything but after 5 years of growing centennial I can say most insects leave em alone. Not many beetles, and since my ladybugs moved in I have had no mite or aphid problems.

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Old 03-16-2012, 10:12 AM   #34
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Looks like a nice thread...about to download the spreadsheet! I purchased my crowns from GLH also and went with Brewers Gold (a freebie), Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Columbus, Magnum, Mt Hood, and Nugget and hope they all make it here in NC! I'm not really sure what bugs and disease are bad around here....any info appreciated!


Oh, and all my hops are up except the Chinook and Mt Hood...hope they are just late starters!

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This is fantastic - and exactly the info I was seeking. Thanks for the PDF!

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Very nice

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Great chart!

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I'm not really sure what bugs and disease are bad around here....any info appreciated!
i don't have any specific info about pests in NC. i would call the local agricultural extension services, and the agri/forestry/botany/etc department of universities in the area. they might even have info online.

i'm lucky in that i have UMD's Home and Garden Information Center (http://www.hgic.umd.edu/) who are great about answering questions. it might even be worth calling/e-mailing them and asking if they know about a similar resource for NC.
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Google hops intergrated pest management, great guide.

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Google hops intergrated pest management, great guide.
allow me to save you the trouble: Field Guide for Integrated Pest Management in Hops

just noticed that this thread has been stickied - thanks everyone!

i have a minor update that i'll be posting in the new few days hopefully.


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