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Old 01-17-2011, 07:34 PM   #1
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Default Very well made videos!

I was looking in gardens on you tube and saw this so I though I would share. Anyone grow hops in AZ or is too hot?



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Old 01-17-2011, 11:00 PM   #2
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I grow hops in El Paso TX, its usually in the 100 or 90's here. I have had good results this year with cascade, chinook, columbus, and centennial. If I forget to water them one day they get sad though.

Also my willamette plant did very bad, so stay away from those. Im pretty sure any american hope will do okay, stay away from the noble hop's.
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My Willamette has done poorly after two years up here in WI as well. I'm thinking it just isn't a good match and am going to give it a third year before pulling. I've got a Tettnang solidly producing, but maybe that's just a difference in our climates.
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