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Old 02-14-2014, 11:15 PM   #91
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Good News Everyone!


I finally got an answer from the grower. The certificate is slightly more expensive than we were originally told, but it definitely covers the entire order.
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here is what she sent to me today:

Hi Jason –
The standard practice for a phytosanitary certificate is to have one certificate per order. The certificate would be for all rhizomes in that order, regardless of variety.
Yes, we would need to know the address (state) where the hops will be shipped to.
The fee for a certificate is $40.00
If you want to have a phytosanitary certificate for an order, let us know as soon as possible so that we can be sure to have the inspection scheduled so as not to delay the shipment.
The cost of the certificate is added to your final invoice.
Let me know if you I can answer any other questions about the process.
Take care,

Let me know if you want to go this route.
Cheers!
As such, we are ready to move ahead with the order, so I will be sending out requests to everyone that ordered rhizomes. Please reply quickly so we can get our order in ASAP.

The current prices (AIH's price + certificate + shipping) work out as follows:
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By Cultivar:	Qty	Price(AIH)	Price (w/costs)
Centennial	4	$4.99		$9.44
Magnum		1	$5.99		$10.44
Galena		1	$5.99		$10.44
Northern Brewer	3	$4.99		$9.44
Willamette	4	$4.99		$9.44
Cascade		4	$4.99		$9.44
Nugget		1	$5.99		$10.44
Sterling	2	$4.99		$9.44
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Old 02-18-2014, 06:07 AM   #92
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Thats awesome and really clarifies things!

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Old 02-28-2014, 09:40 AM   #93
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Hi fellow farmers...

I have been trying to follow this thread but "my computer" seems to be hanging for some reason (ads not loading properly I suspect) - don't know but this is just to say I may not be able to respond quickly....

OK, Well I guess I am more interested in cultivars not really comming from North America;

I hope to be able to source Hallertauer Mittelfruh, Tettnanger, Saaz
Spalt, Tradition, Perle etc.

Anyone out there also interested in these?

It is my hope to get these and get them in the ground by the end of april or may, so if anyone has an interest, please let me know.

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Also, in one sloppy attempt to get ther varieties I wanted, I did buy some hop seeds... Frankly I do not expect them to sprout, much less hold much hope for them if they do... but I would like to see how it goes.

I was wondering, if they do grow, would anyone want some of them?
I am particulaly interesed if some one would like to grow the males...
I'd like to create a small "sperm bank" of pollen for use in breeding.

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I have a lonely lady who is depressed and perhaps could benefit by having something to look forward to.

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Old 02-28-2014, 01:02 PM   #94
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BF,

I would be extremely interested in keeping in touch with you as things progress. I realize that you're in Japan and not in the states, so transfer of materials may be difficult, but I'd like to help any way I can.

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BF I am interested in growing from seeds too but can't help with a group buy at the moment. I only just started using whole leaf hops and the stuff I have all seems to have seeds. None of the varieties you mentioned though and I have no idea if I can get them to sprout. After that its a crapshoot to their brewing qualities which I suppose will be a 2 year wait to even check. On top of that, its a pretty big project to start if you have limited space, so I am still up in the air about it.

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Old 03-02-2014, 05:50 PM   #96
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Thanks PBJ. I will be sure too stay in touch. Hung computers and all.

Brendan, You know, I wonder if it wouldn't be possible to grow male hops in small らぜんor あんどん planters... and just keep them trimmed back, rather than giving them the freedom they would really like to have...

Some of my wild Japanese Hops (H. japonicus/H. scandens)
seem to be ok growing tight and just remaining small....

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I am still having issues even seeing this page on occassion....

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Well its finally that time of year! I will take a maximum of 3 cuttings of my Magnum and Centennial for members of this group this year. I think I stunted them last year and got very little yield. Please PM me a new request if you would like one. Please include the address to ship to in the request. Also, I would like to keep my budget for shipping below 2000 yen so if anyone can do chakubarai (pay on delivery for shipping cost) that would help me out, let me know if I can send to you that way. I will review this thread and my PM's for anyone I promised hops to and message them to confirm if they still want them, after that it will be first come first serve. One hop variety per person to spread the love more, name your first and second choices so I can get you the one you prefer if possible.
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Just a bump, I still have one of each that are unspoken for. I haven't sent anything out yet and probably wont until early next week now.

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Oppama Brendan,

If you still have one or two going spare sign me up!

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Brendan,

If one goes un-claimed, I will take it as a back up on what has yet to emerge from under the snow. Otherwise, I'm good.

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