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Posted in thread: new to grow, please help on 09-01-2008 at 09:25 PM
either hereFreshopsor a local homebrew supply stroreDave
Posted in thread: another transplanting question on 08-08-2008 at 12:33 AM
air layering is taking a branch or shoot of a plant and sticking it into a pot of dirt while
leaving it attached to the parent. it continues to get energy from the parent plant while it is
Posted in thread: another transplanting question on 08-07-2008 at 09:12 PM
I plan to put mine in the ground this fall and let them overwinter there.my guess would be if
you brought them inside they would still go dormant due to the reduced hours of light but that
is just a g...
Posted in thread: another transplanting question on 08-07-2008 at 08:13 PM
I did a variation of you mounding soil over sidearms, here's a pic is referred to as "air
layering"it works good because the new plants continue to get support from the parent while
they get goingthe...
Posted in thread: another transplanting question on 08-07-2008 at 02:38 AM
you need to realize that propogation can be done in different waysas david 42 said, rhizomes
are shipped in the spring because that's when they're dormant. but you can start new plants
this time of ye...
Posted in thread: another transplanting question on 08-06-2008 at 08:50 PM
>>/OT How did you do that?I just cut off side runners about 10" long and scraped the outer
layer off the bottom inch or so of the stem. then I dipped them in rooting hormone which you
get at a garden ...
Posted in thread: Priming without a bottling bucket on 08-05-2008 at 09:47 PM
a common schedule for brewing beer is the 1-2-3 method1 week in primary2 in secondary3 in the
bottleaccording to that schedule you're just now reaching the minimum date to bottlewhat's the
Posted in thread: another transplanting question on 08-05-2008 at 04:18 PM
as far as propagation goes, you're right that you plant rhizomes in springI will mention though
that I've taken 10 cutting off my plants this summer and every one is doing great :mug:Dave
Posted in thread: another transplanting question on 08-05-2008 at 03:49 PM
Hi FolksI planted 3 different types of hops in a raised bed last springI now realize it's going
to be hard to tell who is who and I'd like to have more plants so I'm going to build 2 more
raised beds ...
Posted in thread: transplanting hops...how? on 08-05-2008 at 03:46 PM
 moved to a new thread, I'm stepping on this one :drunk:Dave