oro wrote:thanks for offering these to us fellow home brewers, and the time you spent to ship etc. is greatly appreciated
thx oro, it was a lot of back and forth e-mails and a lot of time put in to it, i am happy to give a deal to fellow brewers,no one ships zomes for 5 bucks each and with such a low postage rate..........hope every one has a good summer and has fun watching the bines grow.
watch out for aphids and dont squash any tiny yellow eggs on your plant leaves as these will turn in to lady bugs that will eat those aphids.........thx again all.....
Thanks for the rhizomes,
how much to send some of your weather ??
How are the rhizomes coming along guys?
I put 24 foot long steel poles in the ground and supported every thing with guy wires , strung the lines with string for the bines and some of my hops are 3/4 of the way up the 18 foot strings,been checking daily for aphids and have not seen 1 so far, knock on wood.
i will try to get my son to take some photos of the hops when he gets a minute. I hope all your plants are doing well.
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Took this pic about a week ago, 4 weeks after planting.
The stakes are basically 3ft steel rods and most of them have gone over the top of them in the last week since I took that photo, so the warmer temps at night couldn't come soon enough. Just got to figure out where I am going to put them outside.
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