Originally Posted by BNA3172
No I am in Middle TN.
Almost any would probably work. If you go to greatlakeshops you can look through the different kinds they grow and see which hops like certain types of soil.
Most people grow hops based on what they like. If you want hops for bittering you might want to go with one of the ctz varieties. If you want more aroma try one of the noble varieties.
If you want a popular hop go with cascade.
Some hops are dual purpose both bittering and aroma.. that might also be a good option.
You can amend your soil but if you don't want to having a soil test done is a good idea to know what kind of soil you are working with and choosing the hop that does well in your soil. Although that being said I don't know anyone who has perfect soil and some amending will likely have to be done.