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Old 05-01-2008, 02:29 AM   #1
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So Left Fields out of BC, Canada came through for me. I sent my money early so I could get on a list of brewers fighting for a limited amount of organic rhizomes. According to the company, if you are willing to take a substitute of non-organic rhizome they will attempt to fill your order in full even if they run out of organic. Naturally I wanted my order filled whether they were organic or not. This is what came today:

Organic Golding
Organic Fuggles
Organic Mt. Hood
Organic Cascade
Regular Cascade
Regular Centennial
Regular Magnum
Regular Nugget
Regular Willamette
Regular Northern Brewer

I can't stick them in the ground up here yet so I'm going to plant them in some planters that I have to pick up on Friday. Woudn't want to be those crazy north of 40 guys who are killing their rhizomes. That wouldn't make ANY sense.


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Old 05-01-2008, 02:39 AM   #2
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Nice selection Fingers! I wish I had enough room to plant all those lovely hops but my small city lot just isn't big enough.

Good thinking on waiting a while. Don't be "that guy" north of 40!
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