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Old 02-17-2009, 06:13 AM   #31
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I've got Hallertauer, Glacier, and Sterling Rhizomes, I'm interested in trading for Zeus, magnum, nugget, cascade, Mt. hood or northern brewer.

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Old 03-08-2009, 02:41 AM   #32
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I have Cascade and Fuggles rhizomes for trade. I'm looking for Liberty, Perle, or high Alpha hop (other than Nugget).


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Old 04-16-2009, 12:26 AM   #33
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Thanks again all who have participated.

Please let me know how this worked out. Maybe they can sticky this if it worked well.

I will be getting some new known strains here right quick. Unfortunately I won't be able to get anything in the ground until June due to the frozen ground around here. LOL I haven't even been able to get any rhizomes collected from my unknown strain to send out to folks... Will keep ya posted!

Cheers :mugs:,


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Old 04-07-2010, 01:25 PM   #34
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does anyone have some to donate for this year? i should have some Zeus and Brewer's Gold for next spring, but would love to add some more this year if anyone is sharing.
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Old 04-07-2010, 01:36 PM   #35
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does anyone have some to donate for this year? i should have some Zeus and Brewer's Gold for next spring, but would love to add some more this year if anyone is sharing.
I have some hallertauer that I might have to trade, if I get off my lazy butt and get out there. They are just starting to send shoots, but some of the rhizomes seem to be coming out of the ground so I may have some. I'll post back, if I actually do anything with them.
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I have some I could send out. I actually may have a few full crowns that I don't want anymore, that'd probably need to be given away locally.

I think I have
Willamette
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Hallertau
Kent Golding - rhizomes or whole thing
Nugget - rhizomes or whole thing
(I'll have to look at my garden map)
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I have some hallertauer that I might have to trade, if I get off my lazy butt and get out there. They are just starting to send shoots, but some of the rhizomes seem to be coming out of the ground so I may have some. I'll post back, if I actually do anything with them.
PM me if you are interested in a trade. my zeus and brewer's gold just went in the ground last night, but i am planning on propigating them all over the place this fall/next spring. i will be starting a thread detailing them growing in containers.
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I have some I could send out. I actually may have a few full crowns that I don't want anymore, that'd probably need to be given away locally.

I think I have
Willamette
Fuggle
Hallertau
Kent Golding - rhizomes or whole thing
Nugget - rhizomes or whole thing
(I'll have to look at my garden map)

anything would be awesome and i would owe you when i make my rhizomes.
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PM me if you are interested in a trade. my zeus and brewer's gold just went in the ground last night, but i am planning on propigating them all over the place this fall/next spring. i will be starting a thread detailing them growing in containers.
I have Cascade, Nugget, and Centennial in containers. The Centennial was planted very late, but I just hope to get some good sprouts next year. It is only about five feet tall now, but the rest have hit the top of a ten foot trellis and started going sideways (because I stopped lowering the supporting twine - it was getting too much of a hassle).

This was in late May. The one on the left is producing cones now, and is much bigger.
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I will have Cascades,Chinooks,Nugget and Willamette starting in March coloradoorganichops.net Cheers Glen


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