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edennis

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Hey, I' new to growing hops and I just planted 4 rhizomes on Friday the fourth. One of my rhizomes is just starting to poke out of the soil but the other three haven't. I'm a very anxious person and I was just wondering from experienced growers about how long on average it takes their bines to start to poke out. Thanks
 

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I have six 3 year plants and two 2 year. The first sprouts this year were spread out over a month.
 

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I'm a first year grower too and i noticed that my Cascade sprouted the fastest at about 5 days. Then my willamette, Goldings, and sterling sprouted in about 1 1/2 - 2 weeks. Don't worry...They will be there before you know it :rockin:
 
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awesome, that makes me feel better. i'm pretty stoked to have a nice hop garden this summer.
 

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I'm reliving impatience with my hops...but I have it down pat for HB.....but then again, I'm a retard
 

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I got my cascade a few days after planting, One faster than the rest, but they are all out and growing now. I think depends on how far along the buds are, and how deep you plant, etc.
 
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