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Posted in thread: This is what 384,000 Neomexicanus seeds looks like on 03-16-2015 at 05:51 PM
Yes on both accounts. I was merely trying to state that not all males should be tossed, but the
selection intensity on the different sexes should represent both the observed ratio of females
Posted in thread: So...You Want to Breed Your Own Hops. on 03-03-2015 at 03:35 AM
Were you able to pollinate anything this year?Sent from my iPhone using Home BrewFirst I
apologize for the late reply. I got some pollen from Nagmay and I tried to pollinate my plants,
but I did not n...
Posted in thread: So...You Want to Breed Your Own Hops. on 07-16-2014 at 06:07 AM
Yep. Those flowers are now in a bag dropping pollen (hopefully). If it goes well, I should be
able to offer it to those on my list soon. You all still have plants in the burr stage,
correct?I have a f...
Posted in thread: So...You Want to Breed Your Own Hops. on 07-01-2014 at 07:36 PM
Something that may be of interest: is precisely the reason why I think it is so important for
homebrewers to grow their own and try to breed their own hops. For me it is just as important
to create ...
Posted in thread: Has anyone grown Neomexicana hops? on 06-28-2014 at 03:57 AM
I am growing Neo-1 in Southern California. It started slowly, but has taken off recently. It
seems to like this really hot weather once it gets established.
Posted in thread: So...You Want to Breed Your Own Hops. on 06-27-2014 at 12:40 AM
The weather in Oregon has been pretty optimal this year. Planted 45 seedlings in the early
spring and culled the slowest growing 20%. The rest are doing really well. Most are over 10'
and covered in b...
Posted in thread: So...You Want to Breed Your Own Hops. on 06-27-2014 at 12:38 AM
You may not have done anything wrong. From what I've noticed you would need about 200 or so
seeds at a 10 to 15% germination rate, to get maybe 3-4 plants that are hardy.I hope to be able
to get a mal...
Posted in thread: So...You Want to Breed Your Own Hops. on 06-25-2014 at 05:22 PM
I have no surviving seedlings, but the Neomexicana that I grow from rhizomes as well as the
Smooth Cone that I grew from cutting are doing well. I will have to do things differently next
time. I think...
Posted in thread: So...You Want to Breed Your Own Hops. on 06-10-2014 at 06:15 PM
Lot of pages to read though so forgive me if I've missed something. One of the problems with
breeding hops at home is lack of access to male plants - and the difficult in identifying
Posted in thread: So...You Want to Breed Your Own Hops. on 05-26-2014 at 05:23 PM
I don't mean a debbie-downer but...I've run into this issue before. Single-node cuttings do
work! Herein lies the issue with single-node cuttings, is that that one node is now doing twice
the work. Pa...