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Old 06-09-2013, 08:30 AM   #21
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First year got Cascade, Newport and Columbus...Cascade really taking off. The others are going slow, hopefully building roots for next year!

Cascade on May 3rd 2013


Cascade on June 8th 2013


There are some crazy big side shoots, maybe 2' long now...its crazy how fast these things grow. Wasnt expecting any of them the first year to do so well, but with how big this thing already is and how far its spreading out i think i may actually get a decent crop off this thing this year.

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Old 06-09-2013, 03:57 PM   #22
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Accidentally took off the tips of my EKG. Hoping the side shoots that are growing really quickly will take over. They look like they are going to. But this is what she looks like so far.



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Old 06-09-2013, 06:02 PM   #23
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I took these photos in May.

I keep these at my parents place outside of Napa, CA. Shows you what happens if you don't prune them enough!

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Old 06-15-2013, 01:53 AM   #24
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First harvest of one cascade plant today, picked three pounds net of fresh hops, before drying. ---Mark F.---

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Old 06-15-2013, 05:32 AM   #25
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Not much to look at.

Last august it seemed like it rained every day and I thought all my hops were dead. The leaves dried up and fell off. Not one cone to show for it.

I dug up and put in raised boxes, so not quite first year hops, but might as well be looking at the size of the rhizome. I lost both my chinooks, but 1 cascade, and 1 kent golding came back. I got some sterlings and more cascades from a brewing buddy.

We'll see how it goes this year. So far the sterlings are slow and small. Same with the goldings, but not quite as small. Cascades are good going it seems. The trellis is 20 ft btw.
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Here's my first attempt, taken June 15, 2013.



Zeus, Nugget, Mt Hood and Centennial. The crowns did really well, and about half of the rhizomes sprouted. I just finished the ropes and trained them this morning, mostly due to laziness

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Just a little hop porn shot with my Fathers Day gift.
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As of June 17th, my first year cascade is now off its hanging string and starting to climb up the support rope that is strung under my eaves. Thing just wont stop! The bottom of my eaves is 17 feet and its well beyond that now.

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Against all the odds and punishment. True witness of the "hardy" meaning. Here's my humble setup with first year Cascades, Yeoman, Northern Brewer (DE), Opal, Hallertau Aroma, Hallertau Mittlefrüh, Fuggle (UK), and East Kent Golding.

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Second year Cascade (on wood stairs) & (on metal railing) Centennial in NC



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