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Old 02-13-2013, 07:07 PM   #1
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I am not talking about how many bines to put on the string but how many rhizomes should be planted by the string. I noticed on the midwest supplies site they reccomend 2 rhizomes per varity. Obviously planting more give you a better chance at success but has anyone had any problems with just one rhizome per varity per string? Would like to plant different varities but if I do 2 per string that will limit the amount i can do. Any thoughts?

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Old 02-13-2013, 07:35 PM   #2
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When I planted my hops last year. I did five rhizomes spaced a couple feet apart. I then ran a network of strings down spaced about a foot apart and had three bines per rhizome. One bine per string.

I don't understand how you would ever need multiple rhizomes per string.

Here's a video I did a couple years ago. You can see how one rhizome had five bines coming out of the ground in just a couple of weeks.

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I am not talking about how many bines to put on the string but how many rhizomes should be planted by the string. I noticed on the midwest supplies site they reccomend 2 rhizomes per varity. Obviously planting more give you a better chance at success but has anyone had any problems with just one rhizome per varity per string? Would like to plant different varities but if I do 2 per string that will limit the amount i can do. Any thoughts?
One will do, two is just a backup plan done by comm. growers.
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:49 PM   #4
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Awesome! I will be ordering form you guys soon!

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Here's a video I did a couple years ago. You can see how one rhizome had five bines coming out of the ground in just a couple of weeks.
That was a really cool TL video - I like how the bines visibly rotate up in a clockwise fashion.
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That was a really cool TL video - I like how the bines visibly rotate up in a clockwise fashion.
I was surprised how noticeable it is. It really looks like tentacles reaching out and feeling for something to grab onto.
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When your plants are really rockin' you can almost see them grow in real time...

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I've moved onto a couple dozen plants that grow in a square to make a little building. In their prime, they grow so fast they are the perfect plant for a person without patience.

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