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Posted in thread: growing your own barley.... on 06-05-2015 at 08:42 PM
It's official - my barley crop is kaput, period.Your barley is only lodged. :) The condition
can reduce yield, but when it happened to me, I didn't even notice a problem. The plants will
bend back up ...
Posted in thread: 100% homegrown on 08-20-2014 at 02:10 AM
The good news is there are well adapted varieties but the bad news is that no one screened
these crops for malting characteristics during development and commercialization. If I
understand, you're gro...
Posted in thread: 100% homegrown on 08-20-2014 at 02:03 AM
In a year or two, I should be able to do an "estate beer," all grown and processed from my
property. Woot! :tank:Cheers!--MishaAwesome! That's the dream!
Posted in thread: Making a gluten free beer-need GF yeast... on 06-17-2014 at 11:13 PM
I remember reading something about yeast being able to make its own gluten if kept reused for
more than a few generations.How could yeast make a plant protein? Gluten comes from the media
you grow the...
Posted in thread: 100% homegrown on 06-07-2014 at 05:26 AM
204214 here's my Harrington growing nicely.Beautiful!!!
Posted in thread: 100% homegrown on 04-30-2014 at 04:10 AM
I don't have access to any other fields. :(
Posted in thread: 100% homegrown on 04-29-2014 at 01:55 PM
Sad news!My field of bere was plowed under. This is the hazard of growing on a field you don't
own.I didn't plant all of my bere seed so I'm not wiped out, but it looks like my dream of a
Posted in thread: 100% homegrown on 02-10-2014 at 09:39 PM
Great, Harrington! I remember when I first got into beer seriously in 2009, Rogue was still
printing on its bottles that it uses Harrington. Do they still do this?Gotta love that Full
Circle logo. It ...
Posted in thread: 100% homegrown on 02-03-2014 at 07:02 PM
I hope your field is doing well. I checked mine this morning (here in the east bay) and ALL my
plants are lodging.:(Hope that as they dry out, they'll pick themselves up.Oh no! Sorry to hear
it! What ...
Posted in thread: 100% homegrown on 12-17-2013 at 08:52 PM
Predation: cut worm You know, it could be. I've always noticed fine strands of silk stretching
over the soil. I'll dig around and check for worms.rabbits There is a rabbit that hangs around
in the woo...