Ok, been cutting back my hops for winter today and I found this:Harvestable Rhizome? by Cyclogenesis_au, on Flickr
I have a hop hill with about 3 inches of mulch, the Cascade has gone NUTS and there is root mass all through the mulch now..
I found that I had accidentally cut some off so I trimmed it back to this:Rhizome? by Cyclogenesis_au, on Flickr
So are these propigatebale Rhizomes? I have a friend up the road interested in growing some hops so I was thinking of giving some away..
Drinking: Dogtoberfest, Autumn Harvest Amber, Fire in the Belly Imperial Stout.
Fermenting: V for Vienna, 2013 Bock.
In planning: TEA for two, First Flakes American Brown.
Looks fine. I'd get it in the ground now.
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Hey anyone in Chicago who wants some let me know...
Agree that it looks fine, get it in the ground, loose pack on the soil dont crush it too much, would also suggest putting a lot of much over it if you are in a hard freeze area...
Cyclogenesis, bring some to the Group Buy pick up I will happily provide them with an overwinter dirtnap, I mean a loving home.
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