- Jan 8, 2008
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- Lafayette, CO
The pictures sure make it look that way, but I know Mike was in Yakima, WA and I thought hops direct was in Mabton, WA or at least that is what the bottom of their homepage says. I think that the whole lower Yakima valley is considered "Yakima" when it comes to a show like that because it is the most common city in the area. It is also where I grew up.Are those the guys that were on Dirty Jobs???
I just got on the CSU link not sure why did not work earlier but an alternative is the presentation is on Ron Godin's page for CSU--FYI the CSU links are down. I wonder if they'd allow these to be hosted elsewhere since they seem to be down frequently?
You will have to buy them from a Washington state source. Do not attempt to circumvent USDA or state-mandated importation bans or quarantines.I have an area in my backyard that I am reserving for growing hops but I haven't found any online store that will sell rhizomes to Washington state. Anyone have any sources?
VERY helpful link...
excellent resource, thanks!Found several helpful growing guides from cooperative extensions.
Unfortunately, the files are too big to attach directly to this post.
So I am posting my URL -www.greatlakeshops.com
If you Look under the "Docs" in the left margin, you'll find them there. If you scroll down the posts a ways, you will also find a very cool visual chart from London brewers that compares hop oils and bitterness by variety.
I do not intend this as spam- and if anyone with more computer savvy can transfer the info to HBT - please do! Thanks, and hope this helps the newbies!